Global equities have remained buoyant reflecting rising optimism of an ease in US China trade tensions and the avoidance of another US government shutdown with news reports suggesting President Trump will sign the border security deal while China confirmed President Xi will meet Senior US trade representatives tomorrow. Later in the session US equities gave back some of their early gains reacting to Senator Rubio’s pledge to submit a bill to tax corporate buybacks at the same rate as dividends. A firm and steady US core CPI print boosted the USD and UST yields while the Euro came under pressure amid disappointing data and Spanish political turmoil. The NZD has retained most of its post RBNZ gains while the AUD is little changed. In a quiet night for commodities, oil prices are smartly higher again.

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