Slight changes as we look to European trade today

The Thanksgiving holiday season will be quiet in trade today. The U.S. stock and bond market will open later, but both will see early closings. Typically, this counts more as another general holiday, so don’t expect liquidity conditions to improve.

Major currencies haven’t done much, with dollar pairs remaining within 0.1% change so far. Here is an overview of things currently:

Meanwhile, Treasury yields are back in the fray, with 10-year yields down 5 basis points to 3.657% in a bit of a catch-up to yesterday’s action which saw the USD/JPY drops below 139.00.

There won’t be much on the economic calendar once again today, so traders will be left on their own to sort out market sentiment over the holidays before the weekend.

5 – Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the first player to score in five different editions of the World Cup, after converting a penalty in Portugal’s 3-2 win over Ghana yesterday.


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