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Retail sales in the US and inflation remain optimistic theme in June – ING
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“The markets have virtually no Fed tightening price until the end of 2017, but following the report on the recent strong labor market, recent US data indicate that there is not much wrong with any growth in the United States, and some reasons for concern about inflation, either.
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EUR/USD off-lows, reverts to 1.1350 on hopes of Bremain

Having bottomed ahead of 5-DMA located at 1.1312, the EUR/USD pair takes on a minor-recovery back towards 1.1350 region, with the bulls unperturbed by persistent risk-on trades.
EUR/USD holds 1.13 barrier
Currently, EUR/USD now recovers to 1.1338, up +0.36%, recovering from a dip to 1.1317 session lows. The main currency pair regained poise and now makes headways for a retest of 1.1350 barrier. However, further recovery appears fragile as the risk-on rally in the European equities curb the demand for the euro as a funding currency.
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Oil firm despite inventory data as market braces for Brexit vote

Oil shrugged off a lower than expected drop in U.S. crude stocks to trade higher Thursday as polling stations opened for the Brexit vote.
U.S. crude for August delivery was up 64 cents, or 1.30%, at $49.77 at 07:00 ET, while Brent crude added 1.54% to $50.65.
Energy Information Administration figures showed U.S. crude inventories fell by only 917,000 barrels in the latest week.
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Brexit: Highly anticipated UK referendum is underway – BBH

Research Team at BBH, suggests that the UK’s referendum is underway and the capital markets are continuing the move that began last week with the murder of UK MP Cox.
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“The tragedy seemed to mark a shift in investor sentiment. Sterling bottomed on June 17 just ahead of $1.40. Earlier today in Asia, after more polls showed a move toward remain, sterling rallied to almost $1.4845, its highest level since last December.
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Oil sinks 4% as Brexit claims victory and dollar moves higher

Oil sunk nearly 4% in European trade on Friday, erasing overnight gains, after the official results from U.K. vote on membership in the European Union (EU) gave the victory to Brexit, as the decision to leave is known, and the dollar moved higher.
The U.K. voted by a substantial margin to exit the EU, with the Leave side winning 52% of the vote, against 48% to remain.
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Euro: Who killed the albatross? – SocGen
Kit Juckes, Research Analyst at Societe Generale, notes that the EUR/USD has traded in a 1.05-1.17 range and averaged 1.11 over the past year.
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“ECB rate cut in March got the EUR/USD to 1.07 but the Fed has done nothing to help the dollar and the clear impression is that ECB action is having diminishing returns, even as the scope for further easing fades away.
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