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USD/CNH Rises Overnight After China Media Report On Potential Tariffs

USD/CNH Rises Overnight After China Media Report On Potential Tariffs

USD/CNH traded back to the intraday high overnight as the South China Morning Post reported that U.S. President Trump's trade adviser said tariffs on Chinese goods could go to 50% or 100%. Spot gradually retreated into the New York close. Expect some updates from the Sino-U.S. working-level meetings later today. I still think the chance of very negative news at this point is meagre.

However, USDCNH is crumbling after news of the Pboc issuing bills to drain liquidity which is perhaps the most apparent sign the central bank is looking to guide the Yuan stronger. Look for first-level support to come in at 7.0750-.8

This tacit intervention will have a calming effect across Asia FX, which is trading heavy on the back of a large US dollar offer.

Is there good news on the trade front on the way?

Gold markets

Iran’s threating and defiant overtones have given rise to a small bid tone under gold markets today

When tensions rise in the middle east to these levels, it's hard to take things casually as there remains an enormous spectre for a rash policy mistake and then all hell breaks loose. At this level of conflict, weekend headline risk needs to be respected, and a bit of gold coverage could put weekend risk matter to ease.

Investors seem to be in a wait and see mode to see how the low-level U.S.-China meetings go after all if they good sideways at this level what hope is there for Trump and Xi to put pen to paper on an interim deal.

However, there's a definitive sense of trader fatigue setting in as traders appear to be doing little more than putting through whatever client order hit the cue while keeping risk as tidy as can be.

Oil markets

Oil traders continue assessing damage on two fronts. The Aramco site in Saudi Arabia but also the significant demand destruction caused by Tropical storm Imelda where initial damage reports are already topping 125 billion dollar mark. This hurricane season has gotten off to a bad start leaving a swath of economic devastation, suggesting the seasonal impact on oil markets will be extremely pronounced if the pace these storms are making landfall keeps up. The enormity of U.S. damage report has pressured oil prices in Asia today

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