The euro bounced nicely off support yesterday, a lot of euros have been sold on theweek so the next couple of sessions will be fairly instructive. Kaplan was the first Fedgovernor to vocalise support for tapering on the week yesterday, but overall US yieldsseem fairly relaxed as we head into payrolls today. If that price action is repeated todaypost US data, think we will see more of the same in terms of currency movements, abias to own commodity/growth currencies and gentle support for the euro. A verystrong payrolls print will likely see some pressure in fixed income and potentially givethe dollar a lift (1.5m+ on the headline?) especially if the equity market doesn’t like theprospect of taper chat. I retain a small long bias in the euro whilst we stay above1.1980/1.2000 and a move through and close above 1.2110 I believe will increaseinterest in the euro up move once again.