DXY: DXY technical analysis today

TVC:DXY   U.S. Dollar Index
The three major US stock indices continued to eke out small gains while bonds
rebounded from Monday’s corrective move lower, pushing yields down again.
Several Fed speaks turned out hawkish still despite last week’s dovish pause
and data weakness seen in the labour and services sectors. Fed Logan said
inflation still remains too high. Fed Waller said the spike in yields was an
“earthquake” for the bond market, while Fed Bowman said it was too soon for
policy makers to know the full effects of the recent rise. Earlier in European
and Asian sessions, stocks ended in the red as weaker than expected China
exports stoke fear growth in the economic giant is cooling much more than
expected. Futures are pointing to mixed openings in the Asia markets today.
• Global bonds rebounded and drove yields lower again by and large. The UST
curve shifted lower by 2-9bps across the curve led by the long ends, bull
flattening the curve. 10Y European bond yields also fell about 8-10bps with
the German bunds losing 8bps to 2.66% while the UK gilts shed 10bps to

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