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Markets wait for Nonfarm Payrolls Reports

The most important statistics will be released on Friday – Nonfarm Payrolls reports. This information will help markets understand the effects of the US-China trade war on the global economy. Traders, in turn, will be able to adjust their trading strategies and analyze the future policy of the US Federal Reserve.

Economic calendar

04:30 (GMT+3) Australia published data on retail sales for August and 0.4% was bad.

15:30 (GMT+3) is expected to change the number of people employed in the non-agricultural sector of the United States (Nonfarm Payrolls), as well as the unemployment rate for September. It is estimated that the number of employees will increase by 140 thousand.

17:00 (GMT+3) Canada will publish the business activity index (PMI) for September.
Economic calendar Oct 4

Oil. Oil is up 0.9% on Friday. In the morning, WTI crude oil is $52.8. Brent futures are trading near $58.1.

Gold. Protective metal went up on Thursday. On the morning of October 4, gold is trading near $1508.

Currency. The DXY dollar index continues to decline. On the morning of October 4, the DXY is 98.8 against a basket of major currencies.
October 4, the dollar is getting cheaper against the yen. In the morning, the pair USD/JPY is trading at 106.7.

The euro (EUR) is recovering against the dollar. In the morning, the EUR/USD pair is trading near 1.0973.

The pound sterling (GBP) rose on Thursday to a weekly high of 1.2413. On October 4, the GBP/USD pair is trading around 1.2333.

Cryptocurrency. Bitcoin (BTC) continues to fall in price but remains above the $8k mark. On October 4, BTC is trading around $8,121.

In the morning, Ethereum (ETH) is trading near $173.6. The price of Litecoin (LTC) is $56.5.

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