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Treasuries Move To The Downside Amid Easing Coronavirus Concerns

Treasuries showed a notable move to the downside during trading on Monday, more than offsetting the advance seen in the previous session. Bond prices came under pressure early in the session and remained firmly negative throughout the day. As a result, the yield on the benchmark ten-year note, which moves opposite of its price, climbed 8.9 basis points to 0.676 percent. The pullback by treasuries came as the reported death tolls in some of the world’s coronavirus hot spots showed signs of easing over the weekend. The number of coronavirus-related deaths in New York State fell to 594 on Sunday from 630 on Saturday, reflecting the first daily decrease. President Donald Trump warned the country could be headed into its “toughest” week but expressed hope the country was seeing a “leveling off” of the coronavirus crisis. Reports of decreases in the number of new infections and deaths in European countries like Italy and Spain also reduced the appeal of bonds. Meanwhile, the Treasury Department revealed that its auction of $40 billion worth of three-year notes attracted below average demand. The three-year note auction drew a high yield of 0.348 percent and a bid-to-cover ratio of 2.27, while the ten previous…

Gold Futures Settle At Over 7-year High

Gold prices rose sharply on Monday, extending gains to a third successive session, amid hopes central banks across the globe will announce further stimulus to revive the economies that are falling into a deep recession due to the coronavirus outbreak. Gold futures recorded their highest settlement since December 2012, as investors picked up the safe-have commodity even as global stocks rebounded after data showed a drop in new coronavirus cases in some of the virus hot spots in the European region. The dollar index, despite a choppy ride, held in positive territory. It was last seen at 100.70, up 0.12% from previous close, after moving between 100.48 and 100.93. Gold futures ended up $48.20, or about 2.9%, at $1,693.90 an ounce, the highest settlement price since December 17, 2012. Gold futures for June ended up $8.00, or about 0.5%, at $1,645.70 an ounce on Friday, after scoring a gain of 2.9% a session earlier. Silver futures for May ended up $0.675 at $15.193 an ounce, while Copper futures for May settled at $2.2175 per pound, gaining $0.0250 for the session. With dismal monthly jobs data from the Labor Department on Friday, and weak economic data from the euro area…

German Construction Activity Falls Most In 7 Years On Covid-19 Outbreak

Germany’s construction activity decreased at the sharpest rate in seven years in March with declines in all sub-groups as firms cut jobs amid weaker demand due to the coronavirus outbreak, survey data from IHS Markit showed on Monday. The Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index, or PMI, fell to 42 from a 25-month high of 55.8 in February. A reading below 50 suggests contraction in activity. The construction sector shrunk for the first time in seven months. Housing activity logged its worst decline since March 2013, while commercial activity fell the most in over eight years. The deepest downturn in activity was witnessed in civil engineering that recorded its sharpest decline since early-2010. New work declined at the steepest rate since February 2010. Construction employment fell most since December 2010, thus ending a survey-record sequence of continuous job creation stretching back to mid-2015. Business expectations decreased the most in the survey’s 20-plus-year history, to hit its lowest since late-2008, following the collapse of Lehman Brothers. Input price inflation remained solid, albeit slowing to a three-month low. “The near 14-point fall in the headline Construction PMI in March is somewhat comparable to those seen previously during times of inaccessible conditions on site during…

EUR/USD and GBP/USD. Results of April 6. Coronavirus begins to recede in Europe. Euro and pound

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Average volatility over the past five days: 126p (high).
The first trading day of the week for the EUR/USD pair was held in absolutely calm, Monday trading. Like at a time when there was no epidemic of coronavirus yet, and panic did not engulf the currency, commodity and stock markets. The euro/dollar pair has passed only 68 points during the day. And this is absolutely the lowest figure for the past month and a half. Thus, we can confidently say that market participants continue to calm down after an almost one and a half month period of chaos and panic. This conclusion suggests that in the near future the markets will begin to recover. And so far, it is precisely and only about restoring markets, not the economies of the United States or the European Union. Markets are tricky, but even during a pandemic and crisis, they cannot contract and fall constantly. We need, so to speak, upward corrections. Whoever says anything, the number one energy price in the world — oil — cannot be $20-25 per barrel. Theoretically, this is possible. For a short period of time, but not constantly, and not in for the long…

Gold Prices Rise 1% As Dollar Stays Flat

Gold prices rose on Monday after the U.S. Labor Department’s report on Friday showed that the economy shed 701,000 jobs in March, halting decade-long record of growth. Coronavirus fears also drove investors towards the safe-haven metal. Spot gold rose about 1 percent to $1,634.99 per ounce, while U.S. gold futures were up 1.1 percent at $1,663.00 per ounce. U.S. employment plunged by 701,000 jobs in March after an increase of an upwardly revised 275,000 jobs in February. Economists had expected employment to slump by 100,000 jobs compared to the addition of 273,000 jobs originally reported for the previous month. The much bigger than expected decrease came as employment in the leisure and hospitality sector plummeted by 459,000 jobs, mainly in food services and drinking places. The jobless rate rose to 4.4 percent from 3.5 percent in February. Meanwhile, the United States on Sunday entered one of the most critical weeks so far in the coronavirus crisis, with government officials warning that the death toll in places such as New York, Michigan and Louisiana was a sign of trouble to come in other states. The material has been provided by InstaForex Company – www.instaforex.com…

*BDI: German Economy To Shrink 3-6% This Year

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