Welcome, Traders!
Today is Tuesday the 9th of May / Wednesday the 10th of May, depending on where you are.
Here are some things to look out for in the session.

The dollar advanced for a second day on concerns about the US debt ceiling and weak Chinese economic data; all G-10 currencies fell against the greenback except the British pound, which managed to eke out a small gain.
President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, John Williams, said he is watching how the banking sector's strains affect the US economy and has left the door open to keeping interest rates on hold next month. The Biden administration stated that after completing maintenance work later this year, it plans to begin purchasing oil to replenish the nation's emergency reserve, providing an updated timeline for the refill.

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S. Korean Current Account Balance NSA - Prior: -0.52B
S. Korean Unemployment Rate - Prior: 2.7%