Tuesday Morning Notes: FOMC 2-Day Meeting Kicks Off Today

 HedgeFundLIVE.com — Morning Notes– Asian markets saw a bit of pressure today
– In China, reports that PBOC raised capital adequacy requirement on its five largest banks
– There was a lot of back and forth denying then confirming this rumour throughout the overnight session
– Ultimately Chinese bank names sold off as a result
– In Japan, S&P cut its outlook on six automakers and suppliers, sending the Nikkei lower, closing down 1.2%
– European bourses are trading higher
– UBS earnings helped add positive tone this morning
– Dollar is weak again

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