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Australian bonds suffer tracking U.S. Treasuries on hopes of successful Brexit deal; September labour report eyed

The Australian government bonds suffered during Asian trading session Wednesday tracking a similar movement in the United States’ Treasuries after hopes arose of a successful Brexit deal soon amid a calmer trade talk situation between the U.S.

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America's Roundup: Dollar range-bound as trade optimism fades,Wall Street gains, Gold slips 1%,Oil falls on weaker economic growth forecasts-October 16th,2019

Market Roundup

• Hopes of Brexit deal boosts risk appetite

• Optimism on U.S.-China trade deal fades

• Fed seen likely to cut rates later this month

• US Oct NY Empire State Manufacturing Index 4.00, 1.00 forecast, 2.00 previous

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Euro area headline inflation likely to have eased in September

Euro area’s consumer price inflation data for September is scheduled to release tomorrow. According to a DBS Bank research report, the headline inflation is likely to have remained benign, which together with base effects, are likely to result in inflation easing to 0.9 percent year-on-year from prior month’s 1 percent.

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Bank of Korea likely to cut benchmark repo rate by 25 bps in October

The Bank of Korea is scheduled to meet tomorrow for interest rate decision. According to a DBS Bank research report, the South Korean central bank is likely to cut the benchmark repo rate by 25 basis points to 1.25 percent, and meanwhile, downgrade its 2019 GDP growth and CPI inflation forecasts.

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Canadian headline inflation likely to have come in at 2 pct year-on-year in September

Canadian inflation data for the month of September is set to release tomorrow. According to a TD Economics research report, the headline consumer price inflation is likely to have eased 0.3 percent sequentially.

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