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Today 10:52 EST
The end of the annus horribilis is at hand, and despite the hard winter ahead for the northern hemisphere, there is a sense of optimism for the new year. The first generation of vaccines for the...
No Follow-Through After Month-End Adjustments
Today 8:00 EST
The near-record rallies seen in the major equity markets in November may have contributed to the month-end drama yesterday.
Equities are Heavy and the Dollar Softer to Start New Week
November 30, 2020
Still Wary Of A Breakout
November 29, 2020
Last week, we were cautious about chasing the greenback lower. Perhaps the bearish dollar view making the front page of the WSJ before the weekend reflects the ubiquitousness of the dollar bearish view...
Risk Appetites Stall Ahead of the US Thanksgiving Holiday
November 25, 2020
Diverging PMIs Fail to Give the Dollar Lasting Support
November 24, 2020
The contrast between the eurozone and US preliminary PMI readings caught the short-term market leaning the wrong way, and the dollar snapped back after extending its recent losses.
Markets Look Past Near-Term Challenges
November 23, 2020
News that the AstraZeneca vaccine was 70% effective but could be enhanced by changing dosage is lifting spirits and boosting equities.
US Treasury-Fed Dispute Spurs Handwringing but Immediate Market Impact was Exaggerated
November 20, 2020
European shares are advancing today, and the Dow Jones Stoxx 600 is recouping around three-quarters of yesterday's 0.75% loss.
Surging Virus Saps Risk Appetites
November 19, 2020
News that the New York City was closing the schools to contain the virus sent stocks reeling in late North American dealings yesterday and spurred some profit-taking in the Asia Pacific and Europe.
Greenback Remains Under Pressure
November 17, 2020
Moderna's announcement did not spur nearly the magnitude of the disruption caused by Pfizer's similar announcement a week ago.
Everyone’s Favorite High Yielder Is CNY
November 17, 2020
The USD/CNY bear trend shows no signs of letting up as both the onshore and offshore Renminbi press the highs of the year.
China Retail Sales Disappoint, Despite Expected Golden-Week Boost
November 16, 2020
Amid sudden domestic defaults, liquidity shortfalls, a soaring yuan, and overseas economics lockdowns, tonight's smorgasbord of data is expected to show a continued recovery in China's economy, as US...
Moving on Up
November 15, 2020
Small Caps typically lead markets out of recessions, and this week’s all-time trading and closing high by Grandpa Russell is following that pattern by marking the end of a 3-year bear market in this...
A Closer Look At The Price Action
November 15, 2020
The most promising news of a vaccine to ward off Covid-19 became a new force shaping the investment climate. The dollar did well after suffering broadly in the prior week.
Nervous Calm in the Capital Markets
November 12, 2020
Reduced Risk of Negative Policy Rates Lifts Sterling and the Kiwi
November 11, 2020
Markets Are Not Waiting For Official Closure In The US
November 09, 2020
The new week has begun with robust risk appetites, driving stocks and stocks higher and sending the dollar broadly lower. Nearly all the equity markets in the Asia Pacific region gained more than 1%,...
Weekly Forex Forecast: Sunday, Nov. 8
November 08, 2020
The Euro exploded to the upside during the trading week, reaching towards the 1.19 level before stalling on Friday. This is a continuation of the overall choppiness that we have seen, and for now it...
Bears Drive The Greenback Lower, But Was It Too Quick?
November 08, 2020
The Dollar Index, heavily weighted toward Europe, fell around 1.7%. The greenback fell against all the majors, from 1.2% versus the yen to 4% against the Norwegian krone and 3% against the Australian...
A Pause that Refreshens?
November 06, 2020
Investors have piled into risk assets this week, seemingly undeterred by the US elections' lack of a clear outcome.
Indecision Keeps Investors on Edge, but the Dollar Rides High
November 04, 2020
Initially, the markets built on Tuesday's price action, but as soon as a few counties in Florida indicated that it was not going to be the "blue wave," risk came off, and it was most evident in the...
Shaken not Stirred
November 02, 2020
A Technical Word Ahead of Macro Events
November 01, 2020
The dollar had been trading heavily, but it seemed as we entered the last week of Oct. that it was unreasonable to look for a downside breakout given the new acute contagion in Europe and what by all...
The Riddle Of The Dollar
October 30, 2020
Judging by the latest virus numbers in Europe, and government announcements to contain it, markets may soon have to read up on the math of lockdown economics.
Three From Xi (Bonus 4th for CNY)
October 28, 2020
Physical cash vs. bank reserves. Quality growth vs. quantity. Xi Jinping vs. everyone not onboard with Xi Jinping. All three contests are actually very simple and straightforward – once you let go of...
Markets Take Collective Breath And Beijing Tweaks Fixing Mechanism
October 27, 2020
The surging pandemic sapped the risk-taking appetites as some investors hunker down for what could be a volatile period ahead. The S&P 500 lost nearly 3% at its lows before rebounding 1% in late...
The Greenback Does Not Look Ready To Break Down Quite Yet
October 25, 2020
The US dollar had a tough week, falling against all the major and most emerging markets currencies. The weakness came in the face of higher US yields and a wider premium over most other high-income...
Greenback Stabilizes As Brexit Talks Set To Resume
October 22, 2020
Two sets of talks have riveted attention, and both appeared to have made progress yesterday. After some words, the EC, recognizing the importance of UK sovereignty, UK Prime Minister Johnson signaled a...