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$86.99 β–²0.173%

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VOLUME

1,859,038

DAY RANGE

85.9191 - 91.21

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85.92 - 305.6

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-25.8968 Bn GEX by Volume: $-2.4376 Bn Spot: $3643.4 Major Negative Gamma: 3600 Major Positive Gamma: 3680 Zero Gamma: 3647.5

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-28.5988 Bn GEX by Volume: $-13.1993 Bn Spot: $3641.25 Major Negative Gamma: 3600 Major Positive Gamma: 3660 Zero Gamma: 3652.5

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**howardlindzon:** Good morning from Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland a spectacular spot and hike https://t.co/l2FdFweNU1 https://twitter.com/howardlindzon/status/1575421228030070784

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Tom Westbrook SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian share markets rose on Thursday after Britain's central bank launched an emergency bond buying programme to stabilise a furious sell-off in gilts, though trade was skittish and sterling remained under pressure. The Bank of England said it will buy as much as Β£5 billion ($5.4 billion) a day of long-dated government bonds until Oct. 14. It spent about a billion pounds on Wednesday and 30-year gilt yields fell 105 basis points (bps), the biggest drop ever according to Refinitiv records stretching back to 1992. The move buoyed sterling and offered some salve to a fractious mood in markets, but by mid afternoon in Tokyo the pound was struggling for support and down 1% at $1.0776. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up 0.5% - more muted than a 2% surge on Wall Street overnight. Japan's Nikkei rose 0.9%. (T) S&P 500 futures fell 0.2%. European futures rose 0.6% and FTSE futures lifted 0.3%. "It's all a bit of a mess," said ANZ economist Finn Robinson. "How long the calm and fresh optimism lasts remains to be seen. For one, this re-stimulation will lift, not quell UK inflation, and that's bad for bonds and sterling." The fallout from unfunded tax cuts announced in Britain last week has reverberated across financial markets after setting off a collapse in British asset prices. The BoE's intervention followed steps in Korea, India and Indonesia to stabilise their financial markets this week as the U.S. dollar rallied broadly. China's central bank said stabilising the foreign exchange market is the top priority, as the yuan hangs around its lowest levels since the financial crisis. [CNY/] Later on Thursday, investors' focus will be on three Bank of England speakers, media appearances from British Prime Minister Liz Truss, German inflation data and Federal Reserve speakers. "Note that nothing has fundamentally changed other than a circuit breaker provided by BOE," said DBS' rates strategist Eugene Leow in Singapore. STRONG DOLLAR U.S. Treasuries rebounded in sympathy with gilts on Wednesday, and benchmark 10-year yields fell more than 20 bps, before creeping up to 3.818% in Asia. A drop in the dollar was also unwinding. The U.S. dollar index had its worst session in 2-1/2 years on Wednesday, recoiling from record highs. But the greenback found buyers all day in Asia, grinding the index up by 0.5% to 113.56.[FRX/] The euro fell about 0.7% to $0.9665. The Australian dollar fell 0.8% to $0.6470. The kiwi fell 1% to $0.5674. [AUD/] Russia is about to annex a swath of Ukraine, a step to extending its nuclear umbrella over them. The EU suspects sabotage of gas pipes beneath the Baltic Sea. "Concerns over growth in China, the euro zone and various other economies have been underpinning demand for the dollar for months," said Rabobank FX strategist Jane Foley, who has a target for $0.95 on the euro and sees a risk it goes even lower. "Given that risk appetite has been on the back foot for some time, the ructions in the UK market this week only served to undermine investor confidence further." The dollar's pullback helped oil and gold make gains through Wednesday, which were slipping slightly in Asia. Brent crude futures fell 0.8% to $88.62 a barrel. Spot gold fell 1% to $1,642 an ounce. Into this maelstrom Porsche is listing, with books closing at a price of 82.50 euros. Trade begins around 0715 GMT. ($1 = 0.9252 pounds)

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@dros #droscrew
2 hours ago

SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-19.4216 Bn GEX by Volume: $41.7888 Bn Spot: $3711.04 Major Negative Gamma: 3750 Major Positive Gamma: 3720 Zero Gamma: 3692.5

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-20.9907 Bn GEX by Volume: $13.3172 Bn Spot: $3697.36 Major Negative Gamma: 3650 Major Positive Gamma: 3700 Zero Gamma: 3677.5

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@Mazi_P #PlutoTraders
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142.000 EVEN IS AN EVEN BETTER SPOT

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@Mazi_P #PlutoTraders
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38 FIB LIB LINE IS A SWEET SPOT ON THE BUY

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@Marcosx #ivtrades
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spot uranium good move bounce

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-28.5531 Bn GEX by Volume: $-41.775 Bn Spot: $3636.94 Major Negative Gamma: 3650 Major Positive Gamma: 3690 Zero Gamma: 3687.5

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@lucullus #droscrew
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3400 seems like a spot

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@Alpha #decarolis
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Sefe: Cercheremo di sostituire i volumi russi attraverso acquisti sul mercato spot e contratti di GNL. Stiamo lavorando a contratti di fornitura di GNL a lungo termine con una durata superiore ai 10 anni.

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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They had spot for a while

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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They did spot first when it was $30 ish

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@aim2k #Emporos Research
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they didn't announce ethw listing for spot

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By Tom Westbrook and Alun John SYDNEY/LONDON (Reuters) - Sterling slumped to a record low on Monday, and a renewed selloff in British gilts pushed euro zone yields higher as the fall out from last week's fiscal statement in Britain roiled markets for a second session. Share markets around the world also slid as concerns about high interest rates continued to put pressure on the financial system, though in a rare recent example of a news event having a smaller market impact than feared, reaction to Italy's election result was muted. The pound plunged nearly 5% at one point in Asia trade to break below 1985 lows and hit $1.0327. Moves were exacerbated by thin liquidity in the Asia session, and the currency had last clambered back up to $1.0738. The plunge extended Friday's sell off after markets took fright at British finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng announcing the scrapping of the top rate of income tax and cancelling a planned rise in corporate taxes - on top of a hugely expensive plan to subsidise energy bills. Sterling's declines are partly due to dollar strength - the dollar index, which tracks the greenback against six peers - hit a new 20-year top of 114.58 in early trade. Nontheless, the euro, which fell to its own 20-year low on the dollar on Monday briefly hit 92.29 early in the day, its highest since late 2020. The tumble is leading to speculation the Bank of England will have to hold an emergency meeting to raise rates. β€œThe Bank of England is in a very difficult spot where if they don't react they risk another sterling collapse and things getting very messy," said Mike Riddell, senior portfolio manager, Allianz (ETR:ALVG) Global Investors. "If they do react, a developed market hiking rates to defend the currency looks like an emerging market. So they’re damned if they do, damned if they don’t,” The carnage was not confined to currencies. Five-year gilt yields jumped 50 basis points to their highest since October 2008, sending euro zone government bond yields higher. Germany’s 10-year government bond yield hit its highest since December 2011 at 2.132%, (DE10YT=RR) and Italy's benchmark bond yields rose to their highest since 2013. Those moves were largely in line with the overall picture, rather than an outsized response to Sunday's election after which Giorgia Meloni looks set to become Italy's first woman prime minister leading its most right-wing government since World War Two. "There are no big surprises. I expect a relatively small impact considering that the League, the party with the least pro-European stance, seems to have come out weak," said Giuseppe Sersale, fund manager at Anthilia Capital Partners, referring to a separate right-wing party led by Matteo Salvini. "The market knew this was how it was going to end." STRESS BUILDING The pound's plunge is only the latest unnerving move as investors' skittishness strains global financial markets. Two-year Treasury yields broke above 4.3% to a new 15-year high, while U.S. S&P 500 futures fell 0.6%, suggesting the index could fall below its June bottom to its lowest since late 2020. Europe's STOXX 600 index slipped for the third straight session, falling to a new low since December 2020, dragged down particularly by recession vulnerable sectors such as commodity stocks and mining Asian stocks also fell, and oil and gold were under pressure due to the surging greenback. Gold touched a 2-1/2 year low of $1,626.4 and Brent crude futures were down about 1% having earlier fallen to their lowest since January at $84.51 a barrel. "There has been an economic logic at play, as central banks raised rates to drive monetary policy into restrictive territory, get below trend growth for a while, - a polite way of saying a recession - and then you get lower inflation," said Samy Chaar, chief economist at Lombard Odier. "The question is whether the financial world can go through that sequence. It feels like we are reaching the limit of that, things are starting to break, for example what we see with sterling."

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@Mazi_P #PlutoTraders
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VERY GOOD SPOT FOR UPWARD MOMENTUM

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-32.7719 Bn GEX by Volume: $-5.3115 Bn Spot: $3692.65 Major Negative Gamma: 3700 Major Positive Gamma: 3720 Zero Gamma: 3707.5

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-26.6531 Bn GEX by Volume: $-5.4117 Bn Spot: $3767.12 Major Negative Gamma: 3750 Major Positive Gamma: 3800 Zero Gamma: 3767.5

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By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks were close to a two-year low and Japan was forced to unilaterally intervene in FX markets for the first time since 1998 on Thursday, after the Federal Reserve's aggressive U.S. rate hike signals had put markets on the run. In Europe, where all the economic pain and volatility has been amplified this week by Russia's threat to use nuclear weapons, major stocks markets tumbled by more than 1% before finding some support. It had been a rollercoaster from the off. Tokyo swooped in to support the yen not long after Europe opened. While the move seemed to have been coming for weeks - the yen has fallen 20% this year almost half of that in the last six weeks - it still packed a punch. Traders watched the Japanese currency surge to 142.39 from 145.81 to the dollar in the space of a few minutes and make it as far as 140 to the greenback before running out of gas. [/FRX] With the dollar suddenly stalled, the euro lifted nearly 0.5% off a 20-year low. Sterling, which is not far behind the yen having lost over 8% since August, was hoisted from a 1985 trough too as the Bank of England raised its rates by another 50 basis points.[/FRX] "We have taken decisive action (in the exchange market)," Japan's vice finance minister for international affairs Masato Kanda told reporters following the interventions. The move had came just hours after the BOJ had maintained super-low interest rates, fighting the global tide of monetary tightening by the Fed and others trying to rein in inflation. Asian stocks had swooned to a two-year low overnight after the Fed's rate hike and GDP forecast cuts had triggered a brutal finish on Wall Street, although S&P futures pointed to a modest rebound later. [.N] "Fed is delivering exactly what it said it would (with rate hikes) but the markets have pushed out the path of interest rates quite a lot," Close Brothers Asset Management Chief Investment Officer Robert Alster said. "All of a sudden we are entering a scenario where everything gets a lot more drawn out... It is a bit disconcerting in some respects but at least they have laid out the road map and we know the economy is second to monetary policy. Wall Street was expected to tick up when it reopens but the benchmark S&P 500 is now less than 4% away from its mid-June low, its weakest point of the year. [.N] In the rates market, short-term yields remain on the rise and the peak for the benchmark Fed funds rate a moving target. The median of Fed officials' own outlook has U.S. rates at 4.4% by year's end -- 100 bps higher than their June projection -- and even higher, at 4.6%, by the end of 2023. Futures have scrambled to catch up. The yield on two-year Treasuries hit a 15-year high of 4.13% in Asia before dipping back to 4.10% in Europe. Ten-year yields are below that, at 3.54% as traders price in the hikes' damage to longer-run growth. In Europe, Germany's rate sensitive 2-year bond yield rose as far as to 1.897% - its highest since May 2011. "No one knows whether this process will lead to a recession or if so how significant that recession would be," Fed Chair Jerome Powell told reporters after the rate hike announcement. "The chances of a soft landing are likely to diminish to the extent that policy needs to be more restrictive, or restrictive for longer." " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> FOLLOW THE FED The Swiss National Bank also pulled up its rates by a chunky 0.75 percentage point - only the second increase in 15 years which also ended its 7-1/2 year spell in negative interest rates. Previously Swiss rates had been frozen at minus 0.75% as the SNB tried to tame the appreciation of the Swiss franc but Thursday's message was the reverse, that more hikes as well a FX intervention might be needed in the current environment. "To provide appropriate monetary conditions, the SNB is also willing to be active in the foreign exchange market as necessary," it added, sending the franc up over 1%. The global outlook is helping drive the dollar higher as U.S. yields look attractive and investors think other economies look too fragile to sustain rates as high as those contemplated in the U.S. Japan and China are the outliers and their currencies are sliding particularly hard -- the yen had fallen to the weaker side of 145 per dollar on Thursday before Tokyo's intervention after the Bank of Japan had stuck with its ultra-easy monetary policy. Yields in Japan's government bond market also retreated as speculators closed some bets on imminent policy changes. [JP/] Back in Europe, Norway and Britain raised their rates by 50 bps with traders seeing plenty more coming too. Not that that is much salve for the region's currencies. The pound's modest rise on the day came after it had hit a 37-year low of $1.1213 overnight on the growing worries about the state of Britain's finances. Sweden's crown had also hit a record low despite the country's steepest rate hike in a generation earlier this week. The dollar's rise has also sent emerging market currencies tumbling and punished cryptocurrencies and commodities. Lira traders were left wincing again as Turkey, where inflation is now running at around 85%, defied economic orthodoxy and slashed another 100 basis points off its interest rates. Spot gold was down 0.3% near a two-year low at $1,668 an ounce. Bitcoin was just above $19,000 and Brent crude steadied at $90.33 a barrel after sliding on demand worries. "The more hawkish the Fed gets, the more market volatility is likely to be elevated, and the risk of a recession ticks higher," said Gautam Khanna, Head of U.S. Multi Sector Fixed Income at Insight Investment.

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**pkedrosky:** There is an absolute explosion in the number of crypto bot autoreplies after new posts here. Insanely easy to spot and block. WTF is wrong with Twitter algos that these even get posted. https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1572778807547011072

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-12.7393 Bn GEX by Volume: $5.4743 Bn Spot: $3875.77 Major Negative Gamma: 3850 Major Positive Gamma: 3900 Zero Gamma: 3877.5

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-17.3974 Bn GEX by Volume: $-0.8479 Bn Spot: $3858.62 Major Negative Gamma: 3850 Major Positive Gamma: 3900 Zero Gamma: 3857.5

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-17.7082 Bn GEX by Volume: $-2.4696 Bn Spot: $3853.51 Major Negative Gamma: 3800 Major Positive Gamma: 3900 Zero Gamma: 3867.5

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-12.7267 Bn GEX by Volume: $63.9773 Bn Spot: $3890.24 Major Negative Gamma: 3850 Major Positive Gamma: 3900 Zero Gamma: 3872.5

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-17.2341 Bn GEX by Volume: $0.213 Bn Spot: $3849.36 Major Negative Gamma: 3800 Major Positive Gamma: 3900 Zero Gamma: 3857.5

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@dros #droscrew
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NOMURA'S CHARLIE MCELLIGOTT: IN TODAY’S QUAD-WITCHING, $3.2 TRILLION OPEX, WHERE OVERNIGHT WE BROKE THROUGH THE ABSOLUTELY MASSIVE SPX 3900 STRIKE WITH $5.9B OF $GAMMA ON THE LINE (34% SET TO DROP OFF TODAY, SO HUGELY SENSITIVE) AND WITH SPOT TEASING NEAR THE 3850 LEVEL (-$8B PER 1% MOVE), AND BELOW WHICH WE PUSH CLOSER TOWARDS THE DEALER β€œMAX NEGATIVE GAMMA” LEVEL ~3825 / -$10B PER 1% MOVE

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-26.6878 Bn GEX by Volume: $-4.4054 Bn Spot: $3853.87 Major Negative Gamma: 3800 Major Positive Gamma: 3900 Zero Gamma: 3857.5

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-19.305 Bn GEX by Volume: $-28.4078 Bn Spot: $3905.76 Major Negative Gamma: 3900 Major Positive Gamma: 3950 Zero Gamma: 3932.5

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-4.8892 Bn GEX by Volume: $2.4082 Bn Spot: $3951.83 Major Negative Gamma: 3900 Major Positive Gamma: 4000 Zero Gamma: 3932.5

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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asia's stock markets were mixed on Thursday, a day after their biggest slide in three months as investors weighed the risk of the Federal Reserve hiking interest rates by a jumbo 100 basis points next week to tackle sky-high inflation. The Japanese yen also began slipping again, getting only a limited boost from the strongest hints yet of possible market intervention by Japanese authorities. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.1% and Japan's Nikkei 0.2%. EUROSTOXX 50 futures added 0.1% and FTSE futures firmed 0.4%. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures were both near flat. [.N] "Equity markets are presently in no-man's land," said Sean Darby, global equity strategist at Jefferies in Hong Kong. "Better macro news to support earnings is discounted as (there is) the need for further tightening to quash growth – while CPI prints are not declining fast enough," he said. "The best metaphor is that the Fed is not only driving the economy using a rear view mirror but is now being forced to press the 'rate rise' accelerator just as bond markets are discounting an overtightening." Fed funds futures, which were dumped along with stocks after Tuesday's stubbornly hot U.S. inflation reading, imply a 30% chance of a 100 basis point rate hike next week. They have the benchmark U.S. interest rate as high as 4.3% by February. Treasuries were calm in Tokyo trade on Thursday, but the U.S. yield curve is deeply inverted - often a signal of a looming recession - as investors believe that rate hikes through this year and next will take a bite out of future growth. [US/] Two-year yields, which track near-term rate expectations, edged up to 3.029%, bringing the rise for the week so far to 23 basis points in the seventh straight weekly gain. The benchmark 10-year yield was at 3.424%, having climbed 11 basis points this week. "(There are) two opposing forces for the 10-year note – the upward pressure from Fed hikes and downward pressure from a potential economic downturn in the future," said NatWest Markets' U.S. rates strategist Jan Nevruzi. "We are more firmly in the camp that more hikes today increase the odds for a deeper recession." LINE IN THE SAND One bright patch on Thursday was China's beleaguered property sector, with news reports on forthcoming government support lifting a Hong Kong index of mainland developers 6.5%. The broader Hang Seng rose 0.8%. (HK) In currency markets, the U.S. inflation shock and expectation of rate hikes in response have sent the greenback up to re-test recent multi-decade highs. Thursday moves were modest, with the euro down a fraction at $0.9965 and the Aussie taking a small lift to $0.6758 after some mixed employment data. [AUD/] The yen, pounded some 20% lower against the dollar this year, eased anew to 143.55 per dollar. It had bounced as far as 142.56 on Wednesday when the Bank of Japan checked dollar/yen rates with banks around the 145 per dollar level - a possible prelude to outright yen buying. Japan has not intervened in forex markets since 2011 and back then it was to restrain an overly strong yen. "I certainly don't want to be the one to stand here and suggest that this (145 yen per dollar) is the line in the sand," said Shafali Sachdev, head of FX, fixed income and commodities for Asia at BNP Paribas (OTC:BNPQY) Wealth Management in Singapore. "But what's clear is that the market is wary of the level, and has tried to test the level a few times which seems to suggest that if it breaks, it may overshoot quite rapidly." Data out on Thursday showed Japan had posted a record trade deficit in August, one aggravated by the yen's slide. That was also yet another weight on the currency. Later in the day European trade data is due and Chinese President Xi Jinping meets Russia's Vladimir Putin in Uzbekistan. In oil markets, Brent crude futures dipped 24 cents to $93.86 a barrel. Spot gold dropped 0.4% to $1,689 an ounce, having steadily slipped as the dollar and U.S. yields have gone up. [O/R][GOL/]

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $-3.8444 Bn GEX by Volume: $6.1448 Bn Spot: $3954.02 Major Negative Gamma: 3900 Major Positive Gamma: 4000 Zero Gamma: 3947.5

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@dros #droscrew
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pretty good man. just had a late lunch at a cozy Japanese spot > @Jonove said: How's everyone doing today

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@singletary #StockTraders.NET
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$NVDA alert hit. back to key spot on daily

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@dros #droscrew
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GEX by OI: $1.7219 Bn GEX by Volume: $-18.9423 Bn Spot: $3986.2 Major Negative Gamma: 3950 Major Positive Gamma: 4000 Zero Gamma: 4017.5

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $32.303 Bn GEX by Volume: $7.5019 Bn Spot: $4107.0 Major Negative Gamma: 4090 Major Positive Gamma: 4120 Zero Gamma: 4102.5

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $28.678 Bn GEX by Volume: $0.8421 Bn Spot: $4091.53 Major Negative Gamma: 4050 Major Positive Gamma: 4100 Zero Gamma: 4092.5

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@Navneet #droscrew
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it means we will hit 4080 ? > @dros said: SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $26.0068 Bn GEX by Volume: $14.5013 Bn Spot: $4056.37 Major Negative Gamma: 4000 Major Positive Gamma: 4080 Zero Gamma: 4047.5

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@dros #droscrew
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SPX Gamma GEX by OI: $26.0068 Bn GEX by Volume: $14.5013 Bn Spot: $4056.37 Major Negative Gamma: 4000 Major Positive Gamma: 4080 Zero Gamma: 4047.5

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By Stella Qiu SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares rose on Friday, buoyed by a pullback in the dollar and hopes for stimulus from Beijing, while markets digested hawkish comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve chief and the European Central Bank on the rate hike path ahead. Cautious optimism is set to continue in European markets, with the regionwide Euro Stoxx 50 futures last up 0.3%, German DAX futures rising 0.2% and FTSE futures FFIc1 0.4% higher. Wall Street's main indexes posted modest gains after heavy selling earlier in the week. S&P 500 futures rose 0.5% and Nasdaq futures were up 0.7%, in a sign of improved risk appetite as markets stabilised. Fed Chair Jerome Powell said on Thursday the bank is "strongly committed" to controlling inflation but hopes it can do this without the "very high social costs" involved in past inflation fights. "There is still a lot of tightening to come, but I guess the Fed is getting closer to the top, so we will probably see some easing in the pace of hikes, if not in this month's meeting, maybe in the subsequent meetings," said Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy and chief economist at AMP (OTC:AMLTF) Capital. "Markets are sort of in this in-between zone where interest rates are going up but economic conditions are still OK. That could change if we slide into a recession and then share markets would have another meltdown." U.S. rate futures have priced in an 84% chance the Fed will hike by another 75 basis points at this month's meeting, which would increase the Fed funds rate to a 3.0%-3.25% range. That it up from a 77% probability a day earlier. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 1.4% on Friday, driven by a 2.5% jump in Hong Kong's Hang Seng index and a 1.2% advance in China's bluechips. The Asian index was headed for a small dip of 0.2% for the week. China's consumer and producer prices rose less than expected in August, data showed on Friday, fanning hopes for more stimulus from Beijing as the economy wobbles. Japan's Nikkei gained 0.6%. The ECB raised rates by a record 75 basis points and signalled further hikes to fight inflation, even as the bloc's economy is heading for a likely winter recession. That sent euro zone government bond yields soaring and supported the euro. Germany's two-year bond yield climbed to its highest since 2011. The euro gained 0.7% to $1.0069, remaining above parity with the U.S. currency. The dollar stumbled 0.6% against a basket of major currencies. [FRX/] For the week, though, it has surged 2% against the rate-sensitive yen. The Japanese currency has been a victim of the dovish monetary stance from the Bank of Japan, in contrast with rate hikes elsewhere. U.S. Treasury yields were largely steady after climbing in the previous session. The yield on benchmark 10-year notes stood at 3.2982%, compared with the previous close of 3.2920%. Oil prices gained, with U.S. crude advancing 0.6% to $84.11 a barrel while Brent crude surged 0.9% to $89.95 per barrel. Britain's new leader, Liz Truss, on Thursday announced a cap on soaring consumer energy bills for two years to cushion the economic shock of the war in Ukraine. Gold was slightly higher. Spot gold was traded at $1721.35 per ounce. [GOL/]

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