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USD/JPY - 112.05.. Reuters reported the Bank of Japan is paying maximum attention to impact from the coronavirus outbreak on Japan's economy and prices as volatility remains high in global markets, Governor Haruhiko Kuroda was quoted as saying by a government official. 
 
Concerns about the spreading new virus outbreak has strengthened risk aversion among investors since January, causing big swings in financial markets around the world, Kuroda was quoted as telling government officials. 
 
Kuroda made the remarks at a meeting of cabinet ministers and government officials after the Cabinet Office issued its monthly economic report. 
 
2020-02-20 10:35:00
EUR/USD - 1.0795.. Reuters news, ECB Vice President de Guindos says : 
 
- the outlook for global economic activity outside the euro area has been showing some signs of improvements recently 
- international trade remains weak and uncertainty around the future trading relationships among major global partners remains elevated, 
- some forward-looking survey indicators show tentative signs of mild improvements 
- the outbreak of the coronavirus and its potential effect on global growth add a new layer of uncertainty. 
- the euro area economy still needs strong support from monetary policy 
- we are attentive to the possible side effects of the present monetary policy measures 
 
2020-02-20 10:33:00
GBP/USD - 1.2902... Although the British pound rebounded to 1.2928 at Asian open following yesterday's selloff from 1.3023 to 1.2908 in New York on EU-UK trade concern, price met renewed selling and dropped to a 9-day low at 1.2884 in European morning on sterling's weakness before recovering to 1.2925 on upbeat UK retail sales data but only to weaken again. 
 
Intra-day break of yesterday's 1.2908 low to 1.2884 suggests re-test of Feb's 2-1/2 month bottom at 1.2873 would be seen after consolidation, where break would extend recent decline from December's 1-1/2 year peak of 1.3516 to 1.2822/27 before prospect of rebound due to oversold condition, hence, selling on recovery is favoured. Offers are tipped at 1.2935/40 with stops above 1.2955/60 while bids are noted at 1.2890-85 with stops below 1.2870 and more below 1.2820. 
 
Traders should pay close attention to any EU-UK trade negotiation headlines. 
 
2020-02-20 10:07:00
Continues from previous update... 
 
Annual sales growth remains lacklustre, however, up just 0.8% on the year after 0.9% annual growth in December, broadly in line with economists' forecasts. 
 
Excluding fuel, sales did not grow at all over the period from August to December, the weakest such run since comparable records began in 1996. 
 
2020-02-20 10:05:00
GBP/USD - 1.2904... Reuters reported British shoppers started spending again at the start of this year after a very sluggish end to 2019, adding to signs that improved sentiment since December's election is translating into stronger economic activity. 
 
Retail sales volumes rose 0.9% on the month in January on a seasonally adjusted basis, after a 0.5% fall in December, Britain's Office for National Statistics said on Thursday. 
 
This was the biggest rise since March and a stronger turnaround than the 0.7% month-on-month growth predicted on average by economists in a Reuters poll. 
 
The bounce back was even more marked if fuel sales are excluded, with sales up 1.6% on the month, the biggest increase since May 2018 and above all forecasts in the Reuters poll. 
 
2020-02-20 10:03:00
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