It has been a sea of red for equities in Europe and the US, mainboard European stocks down around 3% and the S&P 500 down over 3% at one stage before a late rally saw the market close just 0.40% lower. US energy stocks are again being beaten up with oil prices back down, WTI and Brent down by 2-2.5%, WTI mid-session flirting with $50/barrel again when prices were off by around $3/bbl after OPEC/Russia failed to cut a supply reduction deal. While yesterday’s session has definitely been ‘’risk off’’, the DXY has been losing ground even more so than the commodity currencies such as the AUD. From where I posted yesterday morning, the DXY is down 0.32% to 97.02, while the AUD is trading at 0.7234, benefiting a little late as US stocks have recovered some lost ground. Meanwhile the EUR/USD again failed a test of 1.14 to close at 1.1375.

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