Feb 11 2019
Yen slightly lower as Chinese Stocks rise after Holiday
The Yen trades generally lower today as the Chinese stock rise after the holiday. Canadian dollar emerges the second weakest and dragged down by oil prices. Sterling is also solid on Brexit uncertainty. Australian and New Zealand dollar are cutting down some of the last week’s losses. Overall, trading is passive with Japan on Holiday.
Even so, activity will swell in the European economic session. An array of important economic data will be released from the UK, including GDP, trade balance and productions.