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    Date : 8th July 2022.

    Market Update – July 8 – Stocks Rise, USD holds, Johnson Resigns, Abe Shot.


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    USDIndex tested 107.00 again following safe haven bids for USD & JPY following shooting of former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe (he remains in a critical condition). US Stocks rallied into close (NASDAQ +2.28%), lifting on hopes of less restrictive FED despite the tone of the minutes. Asian markets were positive before shooting closing flat. (Hang Seng +0.22%, Nikkei +0.1%). European FUTS positive too. Yields closed up +3.85%. Oil rallied 4.3%, Gold flat up 0.2% & BTC rallied to $22k. UK PM Johnson resigned but will remain caretaker PM for now (FTSE100 gained 1.14%, Cable recovered to 1.2000).

    * USDIndex holds the bid at 107.00
    * Equities – USA500 closed +1.50% 57.54pts (3902), US500FUTS at 3899 now.
    * Yields 10-year yield higher, closed at 2.85%, trades at 3.05% now.
    * Oil & Gold had volatile sessions – USOil traded up to $104 from $96.60 lows and remains over $100.00 at $102.00. Gold fell to $1742, and rotates their currently.
    * Bitcoin rallied from $20K, testing $22.4K today on chatter of major investments coming.
    * FX Markets – EURUSD remains pressured at 1.016, USDJPY capped by 136.00 traes at 135.50 now. Cable traded to 1.2050 at 1.2000 now.

    Overnight - A weak set of data from Japan – Household spend -0.5% vs 2.2%, Econ. Watchers Sentiment 52.9 vs. 55.0.

    Today - US & Canadian Labour Market Reports, US Wholesale Inventories, Speeches from ECB’s Lagarde & Fed’s Williams.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) GBPJPY (–0.39%). JPY safe haven bid following ABE shooting stemmed the rally to 164.00 from 160.40 on Wednesday. Down to 162.80 now. MAs crossed lower, MACD histogram positive but falling, RSI 44 & falling, H1 ATR 0.319, Daily ATR 1.983.

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    Date : 11th July 2022.

    Market Update – July 11 – Stocks pressured, USD gains.


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    The NFP report was slightly disappointing overall (372k June payroll gain & -74k in downward revisions). USD & Yields spiked, with USDIndex 107.59. Fed funds futures are dropping as the jobs report gives no reason for the FOMC to slow its policy trajectory, keeping a 75 bp hike at the July 26-27 FOMC intact and 50 bp move at the September 20-21 meeting. Stocks remain under pressure. Asian stocks struggled further overnight, with China bourses once again hit by lockdown concerns. Chinese CPI hotter at 2.5% vs 2.1%, but PPI cooler 6.15 vs 6.4%. COT report shows long positions on USD were reduced.

    China discovered its first case of a highly transmissible Omicron subvariant in Shanghai and that new cases jumped to 63 in the country’s largest city from 52 a day earlier.

    * USDIndex is heading for a new 20 year high – eased a bit at 107.23.
    * Yields: The 2-year rate is up over 3.119%, 3-year at 3.165% & 10-year higher at 3.095%.
    * Stocks : USA30 was down -0.15%, while the USA500 was off -0.08%. The USA100 rose 0.12%. In Europe, the picture is not much better and GER40 and UK100 futures are down -1.4% and -1.0%. Twitter fell 5% (with more to come) after MUSK withdrew the $44bln offer. The market mood will be tested by earnings from JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley on Thursday, with Citigroup and Wells Fargo the day after.
    * Oil prices fell slightly today reversing some gains amid lockdown fear in China, i.e. concerns about tight supply. USOIL at $102.96 – New mass COVID testing in China potentially hitting demand.
    * Gold steady for a 3rd day at $1,732-$1,750.
    * FX Markets: USDJPY at 137.26 – 24-year high. Japan’s ruling conservative coalition’s strong election showing indicated no change to lose monetary policies.

    Today - Fed’s Williams speech.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) EURUSD (–0.62%) down to 1.0105. MAs aligning lower, MACD histogram negative & declining, RSI 31, H1 ATR 0.0014, Daily ATR 0.01032.

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    Date : 12th July 2022.

    Market Update – July 12 -USD spiked, Oil fell & Euro closer to parity.

    USD spiked, Oil fell and the Euro inched closer to parity. The strong haven bid rise as the prospect of further tightening by central banks, renewed COVID outbreaks in China and Europe’s energy shortages spooked investors. The Fed’s George, the dissenter in favor of a 50 bp June hike, noted concerns over aggressive policy action & the hawk Bullard still favors a 75 bp move. Recession angst again cropped up and hammered equities with weakness in megacap tech knocking the USA100 down -2.26%. USDIndex above 108.00. Wall Street’s losses have deepened. China imposing strict covid restrictions amid a rise in the subvariant BA.5 Omicron. Earnings season starts on Thursday with JPMorgan kicking it off. It could be a tough season for profits given rising costs. Bloomberg cites IBES data from Refinitive showing Q2 y/y earnings growth of 5.7% which would be the slowest since Q4 2020 and down from 6.8% from April 1.

    Twitter Inc TWTR.N sent a letter to Elon Musk saying his effort to abandon his $44 billion takeover is “invalid and wrongful” and that Twitter has not breached any of its obligations, according to a regulatory filing.

    * USDIndex broken through the 108.00 level, currently at 108.32 – highest since October 2002.
    * Yields: 10-year sector was the outperformer yesterday, back below the 3.00% level again to 2.97%.
    Stocks: USA100 tumbled -2.26%. The USA500 is off -1.15%, and the USA30 has slid -0.52%.
    * USOIL down to $102.00 support.
    * Gold steady for a 3rd day at $1,730.
    * FX Markets: EURUSD dip to within 4 pips of parity at 1.0004, USDJPY spiked to 137.47. The AUDUSD slumped and was one of the worst performers versus the USD amid growing recession angst that has overshadowed the two consecutive 50 bp hikes from the RBA.
    * Today – PepsiCo earnings, German ZEW, & BoE’s Governor Bailey speech



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) GBPJPY (-0.25%) Fallen from a test of 164.50 on Monday, to 162.40 now, traded below 162.00 on Thursday. MA’s aligned lower, MACD histogram & signal line lower and below 0 Line, RSI 33.00 and falling. H1 ATR 0.287, Daily ATR 1.895.

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    Date : 14th July 2022.

    Market Update – July 14 – Focus on PPI & Earnings.


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    It was all about June CPI and the report did not disappoint. Risk was for a hot report and the Administration warned of rising pressures. The most dramatic movers were the hot CPI report and the BoC’s 100 bp hike. Those opened the door for an outsized Fed move and in turn heightened risk for a recession. A bearish curve inversion play as the data nail the coffin for a 75 bp hike on July 27, with nontrivial risk of more aggressive action, either with a 100 bp increase which the BoC just effected, or with consecutive 75 bp moves in July and September. USD sustained gains, Oil settled at 200 DMA and Stocks traded mixed. Stocks were up 0.6% and 0.4% in Japan and Australia respectively, the latter helped by a record low unemployment report (50-year low) while Chinese imports continue to linger as the country’s Covid policy keeps a lid on activity. The AUD rallied on the numbers, as traders boosted speculations for a 75 bp rate hike from the RBA in August.

    * USDIndex held above 108.00 level, but failed to break 3-day resistance.
    * Yields: the 10-year ended over 7 bps lower at 2.89%, reflecting credibility in the FOMC’s policy stance. Fed funds futures priced in a 54% chance for a 100 bp rate hike on July 27 with rising odds for 170 bps in hikes from here.
    * Stocks: USA100 tumbled -0.15%. The USA500 is off -0.45%, and the USA30 has slid -0.67%.
    * USOIL traded at $95 holding above 200-day SMA.
    * Gold found a bid but gains were trimmed. Currently down to $1,706.
    FX Markets: EURUSD holds fractionally above parity at 1.0002, USDJPY skyrocketed to 139.28, Cable fell to * 1.1856. AUD and to a lesser extent the NZD gained.
    * Today – US calendar has jobless claims and PPI, but the earning releases are in the spotlight with JPMorgan Chase & Co., Morgan Stanley, First Republic Bank, Cintas etc.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) NZDJPY (+1.62%) breached 85.20. MAs aligned higher, MACD histogram & signal line extend further northwards, RSI above 701 but falling. H1 ATR 0.193, Daily ATR 0.975.

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    Date : 15th July 2022.

    Market Update – July 15.


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    USD steady at 108.50, Oil holds above 200 DMA, Stocks and bonds weaker on poor earnings news and bearish spillover from Europe on recession fears and political turmoil, and dove on the initial PPI print which kept the door open for a hefty 100 bp rate hike from the FOMC at the upcoming July 26-27 meeting. China bourses were under pressure after weaker than expected data that included a 0.4% y/y rise in GDP, which clearly missed expectations for a 1.0% y/y rise.

    Equity Market: JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley missed earning forecasts. Net income at both lenders fell nearly 30% in the second quarter as work on IPOs and SPACs dried up. It was the first earnings miss from either JPMorgan — the largest US lender by assets and an industry bellwether — or Morgan Stanley since the start of 2020. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. dragged Chinese tech shares lower as concerns about a crackdown on the sector resurfaced after company executives were reported to be facing an inquiry linked to the theft of a vast police database.

    * USDIndex garnered strong early support and rose to 29on diverging central bank stances and political uncertainties before drifting to 108.55.
    * Yields: the 10-year was 2.8 bps higher at 2.961%, versus a 3.02% intraday peak.
    * Stocks: In China, fresh worries of regulatory pressure are adding to a decline in tech stocks. The ASX also struggled and corrected -0.7%, but the Nikkei found a footing and lifted 0.5%, with the GER40 gaining nearly 1%, the UK1004%, and a 0.2% rise in the USA100.
    * USOIL traded at $95.50 holding above 200-day SMA.
    * Gold near 5th consecutive weekly loss. Currently down to $1,704.73.
    * FX Markets: EURUSD slumped below parity to 9952before it bounced to 1.0023, USDJPY is still at a very high level at 138.70, Cable at 1.1820.
    * Today –US Retail Sales. Earnings: UnitedHealth Group, Wells Fargo, BlackRock, Citigroup etc.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) CHFJPY (+0.56%) breached 141.66. MAs aligned higher, MACD histogram & signal line extend further northwards, RSI above 70 but falling. H1 ATR 0.212, Daily ATR 1.404.

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    Date : 18th July 2022.

    Market Update – July 18 – Stocks Rally, Dollar Dips, Biden Fist Bump.


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    USDIndex continued last week’s slip to test 107.60. US data on Friday (Retail Sales, Empire State & UoM Con. Sentiment) all better than expected. Bullard talked 75bp not 100bp for July. US Stocks rallied into close (DOW +2.15%), despite misses from Wells Fargo & BlackRock. Asian markets positive, (Hang Seng +2.42%, Nikkei +0.43%). European FUTS positive too. Yields closed down -1.25% but the rate curve is still inverted. Oil up to $98, Gold up to $1714 BTC has rallied to $22k. Biden fist bumped Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman but got little from visit, Yellen pushes minimum global corporation tax, IMF are “exceptionally uncertain” over global growth & Reuters report on 12 countries on brink of default.

    Week Ahead – ECB & BOJ Rate Decisions, RBA Mins, a raft of CPI & Retail Sales data and Earnings Season gets into full swing including Banks & IBM today, Netflix, Tesla, Twitter and Johnson & Johnson later in the week.

    * USDIndex slides further from Thursday’s 109.00 to 107.60 now as expectations of a 100bp rate hike next week recedes.
    * Equities – USA500 closed +1.92% 72.54pts (3863), US500FUTS at 3897 now. Citi BIG Earnings beat +13.2%, Wells Fargo profits fell 50% but stock closed +6.2%, United Health +5.4%, BlackRock +2%, Netflix +8.2%, BAC +7.04%. 35 companies have reported; 80% have beat estimates.
    * Yields 10-year yield higher, from close +2.92%, trades at 2.935% now.
    * Oil & Gold had volatile sessions last week – USOil trades up back to $100 from $90.90 lows last week, following inconclusive Biden visit to Mid-East; OPEC next meet Aug 3. Gold fell under $1700, last week but back to $1714 now on weaker USD.
    * Bitcoin rallied from $19K, testing $22.2K today on more chatter of major investments coming.
    * FX Markets – EURUSD remains pressured at 1.0100 but moving up today, USDJPY down from 139.30 to 138.20 now. Cable trades back to 1.1900 from 1.1760 lows last week. Race to be new PM is reduced to two contenders this week. New PM Sept 5.

    Overnight – NZ CPI hotter than expected (1.7% (32-year high at ) vs. 1.5%). NZD jumped too.

    Today – Little economic data, speech BOE’s Saunders. Earnings – Bank of America, IBM, Goldman Sachs & Charles Schwab.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) EURUSD (+0.68%). EUR rallying ahead of ECB this week ? From under Parity (0.9951) on Thursday to 1.01400 now. MAs aligned higher, MACD histogram positive but flat, RSI 69 & rising, H1 ATR 0.00172, Daily ATR 0.01088.

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    Date : 19th July 2022.

    Market Update – July 19 – USD & Stocks Cool Ahead of Central Banks.


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    USDIndex continued last week’s slip and tested 106.80, before recovering. US Stocks dropped into close following +1% on open (NASDAQ -0.81%) after a plunge in the NAHB home builder index. Goldmans & Bank Of America, beat expectations but saw profits down -47% & -37%, respectively. IBM beat after hours, but shares fell -4.32%. Reports that Apple (-2.06%) is to freeze hiring weighed. Asian markets are choppy, (Hang Seng -0.82%, Nikkei +0.70%). European FUTS also mixed. Yields are up +1.72% & the rate curve is still inverted. Oil holds $100, Gold down to $1710 BTC holds at $22k. Gazprom warnings of European supply issues and 700 new Covid cases reported in China, weigh on sentiment.

    Week Ahead – ECB & BOJ Rate Decisions, RBA Mins, a raft of CPI & Retail Sales data and Earnings Season still has more Banks, Johnson & Johnson and Netflix today,with Tesla, Twitter & Snap later in the week.

    * USDIndex slides further to test 106.80 and rotates around 107.00 now as expectations of a 100bp rate hike next week evaporate. AUD outperforms in Asian session.
    * Equities – USA500 closed -0.84%, 32.31pts (3830), US500FUTS at 3850 now. A strong +1% opening rally was wiped out following weak Housing data and the Apple news.
    * Yields 10-year yield higher, into close at 2.986%, trades at 2.96% now.
    * Oil & Gold had volatile sessions last week – USOil trades up back under $100 now from a test of $102.00 yesterday. Gold tested to $1724 yesterday but back to $1707 now.
    * Bitcoin rallied to $22.8K yesterday and holds $22k now, on more chatter of major investments coming.
    * FX Markets – EURUSD remains pressured but tested 1.0200 yesterday & back to 1.016 now and USDJPY is down again to 137.85 now. Cable tested back to 1.2000 from 1.1760 lows last week. Race to be new PM is reduced to two contenders this week. New PM Sept 5.
    Overnight – NZ CPI hotter than expected (1.7% (32-year high at ) vs. 1.5%). NZD jumped too.

    Overnight – RBA Minutes – “committed to doing what is necessary on inflation” no new insight, UK Earnings (6.2% vs. 6.8%) & Payrolls are weaker and CHF Trade Balance lifted 70 bln CHF.

    Today – LEZ CPI (Final), Speech from BoE’s Bailey. Earnings – J&J, Lockheed & Netflix.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) AUDUSD (+0.60%). AUD continues to recover from last weeks 0.6680 low and no surprises today from RBA Minutes. Next resistance 0.6850 & 0.6900. MAs aligned higher, MACD histogram & signal line higher, RSI 67 & rising, H1 ATR 0.00124, Daily ATR 0.00908.

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    Date : 20th July 2022.

    Market Update – July 20 – Stocks rallied; USD down.


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    USDIndex down to 106.52. US Stocks continued to rally overnight, after European and US markets posted broad gains yesterday (NASDAQ +3.11%) amid strong earnings and the expected resumption of Russian gas supply to Europe helping lift risk-on sentiment and ease fears of a recession. UK CPI inflation lifted to 9.4% y/y in June from 9.1% y/y in the previous month. Core inflation eased slightly, but at 5.8% y/y still remains far, far above target. German PPI inflation eased slightly.

    Earnings: Netflix shares jumped after earnings beat; it lost fewer subscribers than expected and says cheaper ad tier is coming in early 2023. Boeing rose on deal to sell jets to 777 Partners, Johnson & Johnson and IBM fell on dollar impact warning, Halliburton, Hasbro & Truist rose after profit beat. Johnson & Johnson beat analysts’ estimates on strength in its pharmaceuticals unit, even as the company cut its full-year adjusted profit forecast due to a stronger Dollar. Twitter Inc. and Elon Musk will go to trial in October over whether the billionaire must complete his $44 billion acquisition of the social media company, a Delaware judge ruled on Tuesday. Amazon.com filed a lawsuit against the leaders of more than 10,000 Facebook groups it accused of publishing fake reviews on the e-commerce site, the company announced on Tuesday.

    * USDIndex is mired at two-week lows to 106.52. It has fallen 2 handles in two days from a 20+ year high of 108.54 last Thursday.
    * Equities – USA500 climbed 2.76%, USA100 surged 3.11% followed by a 2.43% jump in the USA30. JPN225 gained 2.7%, the ASX 1.7% and Hang Seng and CSI lifted 1.6% and 0.2% respectively.
    * Yields 10-year Treasury yield is up 0.2 bp at 3.02%.
    * Oil down to 98.70 & Gold steady at $1707.
    * FX Markets – EURUSD has climbed to 1.0233 ahead of Thursday’s ECB meeting. USDJPY has corrected to 137.52. Cable at 1.2008.

    Today – Canadian CPI. Earnings – Tesla, ASML Holding, Abbott Laboratories etc. For Europe the day of reckoning will come tomorrow when the ECB meeting coincides with the day the Nordstream 1 pipeline is supposed to re-open after scheduled maintenance work. If Russia doesn’t re-open and the ECB announcement disappoints Eurozone stocks and the EUR are likely to sell off in tandem with Eurozone peripherals.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) US100 (+3.10%). Spiked to 12,356. Next resistance 12,600 & 12,945. MAs aligned, turning lower in 1-hour chart, MACD histogram & signal line hold higher, RSI 66 but falling.

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    Date : 21st July 2022.

    Market Update – July 21.


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    USDIndex down to 106.62. BoJ stuck to its ultra-accommodative policy stance. Asian markets traded mixed. European and US futures are higher now after paring earlier losses in the wake of reports that the Nordstream 1 pipeline was re-opened as planned. (NASDAQ +1.58%). European markets will wait for the ECB and news on the new anti-fragmentation tool, which may be needed quickly after Italian PM Draghi lost the confidence vote yesterday, with three of his coalition partners withdrawing support. Draghi is likely to resign this morning.

    Earnings: Tesla reported adjusted earnings of $2.27 per share on $16.93 billion in revenue in Q2 2022 (+42% revenue). Automotive margins decreased from last quarter and a year ago, impacted by inflation and more competition for EV components. Shares of Alcoa and CSX jumped in extended trading after the companies beat expectations. United Airlines (-6% stock price) reported that it returned to profitability during the second quarter, but results came in below expectations. Shares of Carnival were under pressure after the cruise company announced that it was selling an additional $1 billion of stock.

    ECB Preview: There is a lot riding on today’s ECB meeting, where Lagarde is not just expected to finally lift rates, but also to unveil details of a new “Transmission Protection Mechanism”. There were source stories this week confirming what the minutes to the last meeting and comments since then have made pretty clear, namely that the hawks at the council will be pushing for a 50 bp move.

    * USDIndex has dropped to 106.62.
    * Equities – USA100 climbed 1.58%, while the USA500 and USA30 rose 0.59% and 0.15%, respectively. Nikkei and ASX managed gains of 0.37% and 0.5% respectively.
    * Yields 10-year Treasury yield meanwhile is up 2.6 bp at 3.05%.
    * Oil consolidating between $98-$100. US crude stocks dip, gasoline builds as demand slackens – EIA, Libya’s NOC say production resumes at several oilfields. Canada Keystone export pipeline at reduced rates for third day.
    * Gold drifts at $1685.
    * FX Markets – EURUSD got a boost from news of gas deliveries to 1.0230. USDJPY has lifted to 138.62. Cable at 1.1960. NZD is looking weak.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) EURGBP (+0.56%) retests 3-day high at 0.8540. MAs aligned higher, MACD histogram & signal line at 0, RSI 61 and rising.

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    Market Update – July 22 – ECB Goes Large.


    Trading Leveraged Products is risky

    USDIndex continued to decline testing 106.25, ECB surprised with Hawkish 50bp rate hike lifting rates above 0 (first hike since 2011) and lifting Euro. US Stocks had another positive day (NASDAQ +1.36%) TSLA +9.78%, SNAP +5.42% but dropped -24% after hours on Earnings miss AT&T -7.42% & United Airlines -10.17%. Asian markets are mostly positive. (Hang Seng -0.01%, Nikkei +0.40%). European FUTS also mixed. Yields are down -4.78%. Oil bounced from $95.00 trades at $98.00, Gold up $1720, BTC holds over $22k. Gazprom turns the gas back on but Europe remains nervous as solidarity is tested, Biden tests Covid positive.

    * USDIndex slides further to test 106.25 before bouncing to 107.25 support as EURO rally cools.
    * Equities – USA500 closed +0.99%, 39.00pts (3998), US500FUTS at 3884 now.
    * Yields 10-year yield lower into close at 2.91, trades at 2.915% now.
    * Oil & Gold had volatile sessions last week – USOil trades up from $95 to test $98.00. Gold tests $1720 now from $1680.
    * Bitcoin rallied to $23.8K yesterday and holds $22k now, on more chatter of major investments coming.
    * FX Markets – EURUSD remains pressured but tested 1.0280 yesterday & back to 1.0142 now and USDJPY is down again to 137.58 now. Cable tested back to 1.2000 & back down ti 1.1913. Race to be new PM is reduced to two contenders this week. New PM Sept 5.

    Overnight – UK Retail Sales and PMIs from Europe, Germany, UK and US.

    Today: UK & US Flash PMIs, UK Retail Sales, ECB SPF & CBR Policy Announcement, Earnings from American Express, Verizon.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) AUDUSD (+0.60%). AUD continues to recover from last week’s 0.6680 low and no surprises today from RBA Minutes. Next resistance 0.6850 & 0.6900. MAs aligned higher, MACD histogram & signal line higher, RSI 67 & rising, H1 ATR 0.00124, Daily ATR 0.00908.

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