NEW YORK ( ) -- Wall Street trade on Wednesday opened up to a 1% drop in equity values from overnight futures trade highs on the S&P500 that reversed off 1296 to test 1280 in the first hour of trade. The moves out of risk markets also stripped oil, gold, and silver of their overnight gains that saw prices move to 91.70, 1370, and 28.90 respectively. The dollar index has been slow to respond to the moves, with 79.00 resistance looking to now be a difficult area to move through.

A short Eur/Usd move from 1.3485 would hedge the moves lower in equity trade, and it is the 60% weighting that Eur has on the dollar index coupled with the fact that the market has run into the European close that is allowing the dollar to hold overnight lows. The market is signaling that it is not quite yet ready to get long-dollars in great numbers.

A sideways chop for equities that trade at yearly highs continued in overnight Asian and European trade, backed by commodity markets that pushed oil, gold, and silver prices higher in one 30-minute period of Asian trade. The dollar index held 78.50 support after dropping lower in an inversely correlated move that has risk being bought and Usd Treasury safety being sold.

Eur/Usd is trading around the 50-day simple moving average (SMA) as support at 1.3290 and the 100-day SMA failing as resistance at 1.3490. The pair is near the high of the year and has the 20 and 200-day SMA's acting as further support if needed. Gbp/Usd moved higher again, reaching 1.6050 before once again retreating 100 pips to trade near the high of the previous session near 1.5950. Aud/Usd trades in a similar fashion to euro with the 20-day SMA acting as resistance just above $1 parity, while the 50-day SMA is showing signs of support near 0.9915.

Usd/Cad moved higher shortly after the central bank left rates on hold at 1% as the bank noted that the pace of the global economy happened quicker than initially thought. The pair continues to trade in a very tight trading range. Usd/Chf dropped to test the 20-day SMA at 0.9575 and then returned to the opening price at 0.9642. Usd/Jpy traded below the 20-day SMA at 82.60, dropping under the low of the previous session.

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