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Fedex Tumbles After Missing Revenue, EPS, Guiding Lower; Blames Hackers, Harvey

The earnings season is starting off on the back foot for global trade as moments ago, the company considered the world's logistics bellwether, Fedex, reported revenue and earnings that both missed badly.

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WTI/RBOB Jump After Smaller Than Expected Crude Build

After last week's record-breaking draw in Gasoline stocks, and big crude build, the noise from Harvey and Irma disruptions continues to add volatility to the data. API reported a smaller than expected crude build and bigger than expected gasoline (and distillates) draw sent prices for both WTI and RBOB higher.

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Putin Orders End To US Dollar Trade At Russian Seaports

Whether in response to rising scorching tensions with the US, or simply to provide support for the ruble, on Tuesday Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the government to approve legislation making the ruble the main currency of exchange at all Russian seaports by next year, RT reported citing the Kremlin website.

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China Treasury Holdings Rise For 6th Month, But The Streak May Soon Be Ending

According to the latest Treasury International Capital report issued today, four of the top five US foreign creditors added to their holdings of US Treasurys in the month of July (not adjusted for market price fluctuations), with the two largest, China and Japan, adding $19.5BN and $22BN to $1,113.1BN and $1.166BN, respectively (the Cayman Islands, i.e. hedge funds, saw a modest reduction from $265.2 to $259.2 billion). This was the 6th consecutive month of gains for China since its holdings dipped to multi-year lows in late 2016, bringing its Treasury holdings to the highest since August 2016. More surprising here is the steady bleed in Japanese TSY holdings, which despite the modest pick up in July have been on a steady downward trends since 2014.

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