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The Dollar May Be At An Inflection Point
Today 9:49 EDT
The US dollar softened last week and it continued to pare the gains scored in the second half of March. The dollar's inability to gain after the much stronger than expected March employment data may...
Fed Can't Put Inflation Genie Back in the Bottle
April 08, 2021
Calm Capital Markets See the Dollar Drift
April 08, 2021
Global stocks are moving higher today. Fears of a new lockdown in Tokyo amid rising covid cases weighed on Japanese stocks, a notable exception as the MSCI Asia Pacific Index rose for its fifth session...
The US Dollar Comes Back Bid after Being Squeezed Yesterday
April 06, 2021
A cyber yuan gives Beijing power to track spending in real-time. Importantly, it's money that isn’t linked to the dollar-dominated global financial system.
Change The Month, Change The Trend?
April 04, 2021
The euro held support last week near $1.1700The euro held support last week near $1.1700, and the greenback held below JPY111.00.
April 2021 Monthly
April 01, 2021
The US is looking at a budget deficit this year of nearly 14.5% of GDP after about 15.6% in 2020. Japan’s deficit was half as large last year at 6.7% of GDP. This year’s deficit is projected to be near...
S&P Futures Hit All Time High To Start The New Quarter
April 01, 2021
Now that the quarter-end rebalance malarkey is behind us, it's full steam ahead into the new quarter and S&P futures hit a new all-time high overnight rising as high as 3,984 before stabilizing up...
Here's To A Better Second Quarter
April 01, 2021
The global capital markets have begun the new quarter on a good note. Equity markets are encouraged by yesterday's gains in the US. Markets in the Asia Pacific region rallied, led by HK, even though...
Quarter-End Adjustments Blunt Trend Moves
March 31, 2021
The US dollar is paring its recent gains against most major and emerging market currencies today, mainly on the back of month and quarter-end position adjustments.
The US 10-year yield is at new highs since January 2020, pressing above 1.77% and helping pull up global yields today.
The large block trade (~$20 bln) before the weekend, apparently from a family office, continued to have ripple effects today, but the MSCI Asia Pacific Index barely noticed.
The euro and yen remain under pressure, but the dollar-bloc currencies are finding a little better footing today as equities and bonds look for fresh direction.
The preliminary PMI readings for March have been mostly stronger than expected, but setbacks with the virus, including new lockdowns in Germany, France, and Italy and rising cases in many US states,...
Oil Slide Helps Lift Bonds While The Dollar Recovers
March 23, 2021
The relative calm in the capital markets, outside of the dramatic reaction to the dismissal of Turkey's central bank governor over the weekend, has given way today to greater anxiety. Nearly all the...
Turkey Drags EM Lower While US Yields Soften Ahead Of Supply
March 22, 2021
Equities in the Asia Pacific region and Europe found little support from the lower bond yields. Chinese, Taiwanese, and Australian equities managed to post modest gains.
Are Those Double Tops In The Euro And Sterling?
March 21, 2021
US benchmark 10-year Treasury yields rose for the seventh consecutive week. Such a streak was seen at the start of 2018 and late Q1/Q2 2009 and 2004, but none longer.
BOJ "Clarifies", While The Greenback Remains Firm
March 19, 2021
Asia Pacific equities mostly advanced after the US benchmarks recovered following the dovish FOMC Meeting. Australia, New Zealand, and India did not participate in today's gains.
Waiting For The Fed
March 17, 2021
Equities Firm, but Markets Tread Gingerly
March 16, 2021
Yesterday's new record highs in the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial helped set the tone for today's advance in the Asia Pacific region and Europe.
Risk Extends Gains Ahead of the ECB
March 11, 2021
Even though the Nasdaq closed lower yesterday and the reception of the 10-year Treasury auction did not excite, market participants are growing more confident.
Fear that yesterday's reversals represent little more than one-day wonders is contributing to the overall consolidative tone today.
Turn Around Tuesday Strikes
March 09, 2021
It is not clear the trigger, but risk-taking appetites rebounded smartly today after the NASDAQ completed a more than 10% pullback from its highs yesterday.
The attack on Saudi Arabia's largest crude terminal reverberated through the capital markets, where sentiment was already fragile, despite the lack of disruption.
FX Daily: Bonfire Of The Low Yielders
March 08, 2021
The rise in bond yields has not been quite sharp enough to trigger a tipping point in global equity markets but we are seeing speculative dollar shorts getting unwound against the low yielders.
The US dollar's recovery continued last week, with new highs for the year being recorded against the euro, yen, and Mexican peso.
Markets Unsettled, Dollar Rides High
March 05, 2021
The combination of OPEC+ decision not to boost output next month and Fed Chair Powell's seemingly lack of concern about the level of long-term rates pushed on a door that was already open.