Equity markets regained some of their composure helped somewhat by US Dollar as tax legislation reconciliation continues and even as the debt ceiling approaches, coming with an in-line ADP Employment result. A “cautious” Bank of Canada saw the loonie (Canadian Dollar) as the biggest loser yesterday. Sterling has also lost some ground amid report that the DUP (UK coalition partner) is digging its heels in with no deal over the Irish border question.

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