European Morning Wrap: Some Profit-Taking Seen in Yen Shorts
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We've seen some profit-taking in yen shorts. USD/JPY down at 83.65 from early 84.05, EUR/JPY down at 110.05 from early 110.60. Buy orders now seen clustered 83.50/60, some more sell stops below there.
EUR/USD effectively unchanged at 1.3155. Some trailing sell stops noted through 1.3140, buy orders clustered 1.3115/25. Sell orders seen clustered 1.3190/1.3210.
Cable up marginally at 1.6202 from early 1.6185, having been as high as 1.6216 this morning. Middle Eastern buying was supportive.
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