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Kedia Commodities

Published on 17/01/2020 1:23:44 PM

CNY Industrial Production YTD (YoY) (DEC),
Actual: 5.7%
Expected: 5.6%
Previous: 5.6%

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Kedia Commodities

Published on 17/01/2020 1:23:34 PM

CNY Retail Sales YTD (YoY) (DEC),
Actual: 8.0%
Expected: 8.0%
Previous: 8.0%

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Kedia Commodities

Published on 17/01/2020 1:23:24 PM

CNY Surveyed Jobless Rate (DEC),
Actual: 5.2%
Expected: N/A
Previous: 5.1%

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Kedia Commodities

Published on 17/01/2020 1:19:23 PM

USDINR Technical Outlook

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Kedia Commodities

Published on 17/01/2020 12:44:23 PM

RUPEE UPDATE : Premiums on the one-year dollar/rupee forwards contract fell yesterday after erasing gains, tracking near-term rates because banks executed buy/sell swaps–buying dollars for immediate delivery and selling for delivery after three months–due to surplus liquidity in the banking system. The premium on the one-year contract rose for five consecutive trading days on the view that the rupee may remain under pressure in the coming months due to India’s weak macroeconomic fundamentals. Banks were said to have squared off long bets on dollars for forward delivery, which also weighed on premiums.

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Swastika Investmart Ltd

Published on 17/01/2020 12:14:10 PM

BOOK PART PROFIT IN GBPINR AT 93.05 AND REVISE SL AT COST

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ICICI Securities

Published on 17/01/2020 11:40:26 AM

GBP may remain sideways after recent sharp appreciation

* The UK inflation is much below the target of 2.0%. However the growth has remained subdued near 2.1%. Though status quo is expected from Bank of England meeting, a rate cut cannot be ruled out considering Brexit negotiations.


* CFTC data shows some addition to net long positions. The currency pair has already moved up and could witness some volatility on account of higher open interest as it approaches the Brexit date of Jan 31.


* We expect GBPUS$ to trade in the range of 1.30 -1.34 levels in near term.

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ICICI Securities

Published on 17/01/2020 11:40:16 AM

Buying is likely to be seen in JPYINR

* Japanese Yen is expected to remain resilient as money into safe assets may bring in flows into JPY. We have primarily seen government yields, JPY, Dollar and Gold being used as safe heaven assets.


* The country has continued with the stimulus program, infact $ 120 bn of extra stimulus is expected to be given which had kept the currency subdued. However if the Middle East crisis is not solved, we may witness buying into this currency pair defying the weakness trend. Iraq parliament recommended US troops to move out of country and Iran has said it would abandon limit on uranium enrichment thus keeping the risk-off sentiment.

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ICICI Securities

Published on 17/01/2020 11:39:52 AM

Euro needs to breach key hurdle of 1.12 to strengthen against US$...

* Europe has decided to give stimulus of $ 22 bn per month which could have led to some weakness in EURINR. However recently we have seen surge in this currency pair on account of some uncertainty waning out from Brexit front after the high majority appointment of Boris Johnson.

* The volatility may be seen in this currency as it approaches towards the Brexit date of January 31. On this day, at London time of 11 PM, Brexit will happen. But that doesn’t mean any change for business and citizens. However UK will lose voting power in Brussels. There is a transition period of almost 11 months for final trade deal to sign between UK and Europe.

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ICICI Securities

Published on 17/01/2020 11:39:39 AM

Rupee is likely to remain within range post initial depreciation bias

* The expectations are built in for phase one trade deal between US and China. The continued resilience shown by Chinese Yuan is agood indicator of this which may lead to control any sharp depreciation in emerging currencies to some extent.


* Despite Dollar index remaining in a tight range, USDINR is depreciating for the last couple of sessions. This may be due to surge in crude oil prices. So far FIIs have invested close to 19,000 cr. in equity market in last couple of months however their buying in Debt market is still missing. With the operation twist started by RBI, the intention of RBI is made clear of keeping the yields lower. This means the intermediate jitters due to any slippage in fiscal deficit, higher inflation and surge in global yields can be compensated by this tool of RBI.


* RBI is seen to support USDINR whenever intermediate declines were seen in the currency pair. This was done to support exporters by not allowing Rupee to appreciate beyond a point. This may keep the USDINR downsides limited and it may be bought on declines in the short-term. However move beyond the stiff resistance of 72.6 has to be seen.


* The continuously rising forex reserves has been on account of rising FII inflows and also due to RBI buying Dollar at lower levels.We have seen such action near 71 before the recent depreciation started. This means major support for USDINR is at 71.0

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