“US Treasury yields remain stable, with the yield on the benchmark 10-year note around 1.43%. Investors paused ahead of definitions on the upcoming US stimulus package and first-tier event scheduled later this week.”
“Japan published the January Unemployment rate, which remained at 2.9% against expectations of an uptick to 3%. The February Monetary Base was up 19.6%, missing the 20.1% forecast.”
“Another leg higher seems likely on a clear break above 106.95, the immediate resistance level.”
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