By Saxo Bank: "Podcast: Dollar danger, Meta bounce in a heavy market. Apple on tap"

Economic Calendar For July 21st. EUR/USD And GBP/USD - Trading Ideas

Summary:  Today we look at a US equity market that posted a nervy session yesterday, with a surge after the close from less bad Meta news than feared. We still assess that the market is trading heavily, with additional danger from a surging US dollar as USDJPY surged to new 20-year highs on the Bank of Japan doubling down on its yield-curve-control policy and therefore deepening its loss of control over its balance sheet. We also look at more earnings ahead, including Apple and Amazon tonight, edible oil prices a concern for global food inflation, gold, FX themes and more. Today's pod features Peter Garnry on equities, Ole Hansen on commodities and John J. Hardy hosting and on FX.

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Economic Calendar For July 21st. EUR/USD And GBP/USD - Trading Ideas

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