A mixed start for the Asian markets, the US dollar remains strong

Asian markets are about to open as early indications point to a meat start. Again, in the eastern part of the world, investors will consider the effects of the coronavirus. Asia will also trade in a rising dollar.

Futures in Japan are flat, with Hong Kong declining 0.3%. The ASX200 is up 0.2%. The Japanese yen is trading at 109.97, remaining weak due to risk on sentiment. The euro is lagging behind the US dollar by 0.2%.

WTI is up 0.6% and gold is up 0.7%.

Source: Bloomberg Finance L.P.
Graphs: Used with permission of Bloomberg Finance L.P.

 Trader Martin Nikolov

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