Recap of Asian trade on 25.10.2018: USD, JPY, AUD

Recap of Asian trade on 25.10.2018: USD, JPY, AUD
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    The US dollar consolidated at nearly a two-month high during the North American and Asian sessions.
    The US dollar index is trading sideways at the level around 96.30.
    After three days of higher volatility, the index was trading in a muted mode.
    Investors refrained from robust activities today, sitting on the sidelines of the ECB policy meeting.
    Another market-moving event is a report on durable goods orders from the US.
    In the European pre-market, the US dollar index set about choppy trading.
    The US stock indexes finished a grim trade on Wall Street.
    The benchmark indexes were facing panic selling amid the risk-aversion sentiment.
    Investors are seeking safer assets than equities of US corporations.
    Indeed, investors express fears due to a variety of reasons: a slowdown in China's second
    largest global economy, a shaky pace of consumer inflation in the US, weak US housing data,
    and a strong likelihood of the rate hike by the Federal Reserve.
    Traders have to solve a dilemma over a good asset for investment.
    Which asset will be a safe shelter in the period of market turbulence?
    To answer this tricky question, we should evaluate a dynamic of the dollar/yen pair.
    The pair is trading like on a roller coaster: the price is making sharp swings up and down.
    However, the trend line indicates a downward bias.
    In other words, traders prefer to buy the Japanese currency.
    Being the barometer of the risk sentiment, the Australian dollar is trading lower against
    greenback at the level next to support of 0.7060.
    As we said earlier, traders are increasing activities at the early European session and
    braced for another turbulent day.
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