WTI crude oil futures settle at $73.95
Gold fails at the July high, forming double top
European major indices end the week in the red for the day
AUDUSD falls back below MA lines. Buyers give up. Sellers take back more control.
Weekend data – China PMI Manufacturing 50.4 (expected 50.8, prior 50.9) Non-manufacturing 53.3 (exp 53.3, prior 53.5)
MUFG trade of the week: Sell EUR/GBP
Baker Hughes oil rig count -2 at 385
US 1 trillion infrastructure package gets enough votes up for debate to open
Atlanta Fed kicks of Q3 GDP tracker with a 6.1% estimate
Canada extends pandemic wage and rent subsidies until Oct 23
U Mich final US consumer sentiment 81.2 vs 80.8 expected
Canada GDP for May -0.3% vs -0.3% estimate
Dollar steady, risk stays on the softer side
Equities still keep on the defensive so far in European trading
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