The AUD is the strongest. The GBP is the weakest.
The USD is little changed/mixed
As the North American session comes to an end, the AUD is the strongest. The GBP is the weakest. The USD is mixed/little changed. Overall, the major currencies are bunched together with the biggest mover, the GBPAUD, has moved 0.47%. For the USD, the EUR, CHF, CAD and NZD have moved 0.06% or less.
Looking at the changes and ranges, generally speaking the major pairs are showing the lack of movement. Some of the JPY pairs have seen larger ranges and near the highs, but saw down and up activity. Traders are trying to find a rhythm for the week.
In other markets:
- Spot gold, up $4.86 or 0.37%
- WTI crude oil, down -$0.19 or -0.28% at $58.85
The pre-market futures in US stocks are implying a mixed opening and off the early day lows:
- Dow is up 19.68 points
- S&P is up 1.2 points
- Nasdaqis down -13 points
- German Dax, -0.08%
- France CAC, -0.15%
- UK's FTSE -0.59%
- Spain's Ibex, +0.10%
- Italy's FTSE MIB +0.22%
In the US debt market, the snapshot is showing yields rebounding a little after sharp falls last week:
Looking at the benchmark yields in Europe, their yields are also marginally higher: