The dollar traded higher after three selloff day, coming up from 14 day lows versus majors after another turbulent day for the sterling and continuing confusion regarding the Brexit process. The sterling traded sharply lower after yesterday stellar day while all other FX markets did mostly a sideways lackluster move. Eu equity markets bucked the trend to the upside and are up three day in a row this week while US equity markets traded mostly sideways yet closed at 2019 highs. Metals traded sharply lower on dollar strength and a move from safety, Gold traded lower a 17$ range day to close at 1292$ per ounce while Oil went thru another inside no events trading day to close at 58.77$ per barrel, up now 5 day in a row.
There is no important news on the agenda Friday.
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