US Dollar May Look Past Data, Fed-Speak as Trump Speech Looms


The British Pound underperformed in an otherwise quiet start to the trading week, sliding against all of its G10 FX counterparts. According to the newswires, the move was triggered by a story in the Times of London alleging that UK Prime Minister Theresa May is preparing for a another referendum on Scottish independence following Brexit.

The Australian Dollar advanced following impressive corporate profits data for the fourth quarter. The New Zealand Dollar declined alongside local bond yields, pointing to ebbing RBNZ rate hike bets as the catalyst driving selling pressure. The move followed data showing the largest migration gain in at least 35 years, which markets may have read as a cap on wage inflation limiting scope for tightening.

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