Asian Open: Traders Are Their Most Bearish on AUD Futures on Record

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Asian Open: An extremely dovish RBA has seen net-short exposure on the Aussie hit a new record. Yet the move lacks conviction as we continue to see both long and short bets decline.

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Asian open Futures:

  • Australia’s ASX 200 futures are down -47 points (-0.635%), the cash market is currently estimated to open at 7356.7
  • Japan’s Nikkei 225 futures are down 0 points (0%), the cash market is currently estimated to open at 30500.05
  • Hong Kong’s Hang Seng futures are down -98 points (-0.39%), the cash market is currently estimated to open at 24822.76

Asian Open: European Friday close:

  • UK’s FTSE 100 index fell -63.84 points (-0.91%) to close at 6963.64
  • Europe’s  Euro STOXX 50  index fell -39.03 points (-0.94%) to close at 4130.84
  • Germany’s DAX  index fell -161.58 points (-1.03%) to close at 15490.17
  • France’s CAC 40 index fell -52.4 points (-0.79%) to close at 6570.19

Asian Open: US Friday close:

  • The Dow Jones fell -166.42 points (-0.48%) to close at 34,584.88
  • The S&P 500 fell -40.76 points (-0.92%) to close at 4,432.99
  • The Nasdaq 100 fell -182.436 points (-1.18%) to close at 15,333.47
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