Survey: Fed Will Delay Taper to March

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Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg's David Ingles reports on the latest stories moving the FX markets on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

Good morning.

It is monday, october 21. these are at -- our headlines.

The dollar index still trading near this eight month low after the u.s. currency fell against most of its counterparts friday.

Based on this latest bloomberg survey, the general thinking out there is that the fed will delay the start of qe tape ring to march next year.

This is to make up for the negative impact stemming from the recent u.s. government shutdown.

Let's get back to the asia- pacific and talk about the trade.

Japan released its latest trade figures for september.

The country registering a larger than expected trade deficit there.

Y¢932 billion compared to august.

The deficit is smaller.

It is now 15 straight months japanese imports has outpaced on shipments.

Taiwan will be releasing its latest export numbers later on.

September exports to have increased by zero .4%. that is roughly about the same growth.

That number comes out at four: p.m. hong kong and singapore time later in the afternoon.

Checking in on the dollar index.

We were just talking about that.

79, 70. the u.s. published jobs numbers tomorrow evening.

It is the weakest of the japanese yen keeping at least a dollar index slightly in the brain.

The aussie dollar, 96 50, weakest after eight straight games.

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