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Risk warning: Losses could exceed deposits.

The overnight changes and price moves to be aware of by Pepperstone’s Market Analyst, Darren Sinden.

-The NZD and AUD gain vs USD.
-Dollar Index is largely unchanged.
-The RBA minutes reveal trade and domestic concerns.
-Kashkari warns on the Fed rate cycle.
-The EU and Japan sign a new trade deal.
-How attitudes to risk assets have changed.

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