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What Are Bond Markets Indicating Ahead of Fed Taper?

The first week of November will be rolling in with some major risk events that may have a profound effect on market sentiment for the remainder of the year.  The month of October ended with a resurgence of bids in support of the US Dollar, as month-end rebalancing flows, and the dollar’s technical landscape preferred […]

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Market Opening For Week of November 1st To November 5th, 2021

I hope you are excited about starting a new week of productive trading for Monday, November 1, 2021 to Friday, November 5, 2021. The first week of trading in November will be an eventful week, with the pending Taper Announcement from the Federal Reserve Bank on Wednesday, and the October US Labor Market data that […]

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(VIDEO): Trading Japanese Yen Crosses Using Treasury Yield Projections.

Financial markets were quite steady & quiet ahead of the New York Opening Bell, with US Futures markets maintaining a neutral bias, as investors anticipate an additional round of US 3rd quarter earnings data, which has been positive for most of the week. The US Dollar was trading softer and lower, in union with sliding […]

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Wall Street Major Indexes Open Positive For Session

US Major Stock indices ($DJIA, S&P500, Nasdaq100) are edging slightly higher due to solid third quarter earnings performance among companies in the Utilities & Healthcare Sectors. $DJIA is currently up +132.82 points to $35,590 and is leading the way in risk trends for today. Financial markets are still factoring in issues that are arising from […]

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Bitcoin Surges To New All-Time High of $66,653

Bitcoin (XBT/USD), or what some investors like to affectionately call “King Coin”, has just broken above its previous 2021 record high to form a new all-time high at $66,040/btc. The previous high was at $64,895/btc which served as a strong area of resistance for a few months and resulted in the cryptocurrency retracing its gains […]

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(VIDEO): Which Currencies Benefit During Rising Inflation Risk?

Prior to the Wall Street Opening Bell, financial markets were glued to the newswire in anticipation of the US CPI figures, which would shed light on the nature of inflation, and whether price pressures are “transitory” or “persistent”. US Equity indices have been volatile for first few days of this week and tethered to a […]

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US 10-Year Notes Auctioned with Tighter Price Tail at 1.584%

Wednesday’s auction of US 10-Year Notes (reopened 9 year,10 month issues) totaling $38 billion, were sold & purchased at a higher yield of 1.584, but at a lower rate than the WI “When Issued” value of 1.590%. This auction provided a tighter / negative price tail of -0.6 basis points, which is a fairly good […]

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US 10-Year Bond Auction At The Top Of The Hour

Since inflation & bond rates have been the market’s focus for establishing risk sentiment in the dollar, and dollar-denominated assets, today’s US 10-Yr Bond auction will be closely monitored. Most analysts believe this auction may have a significant impact on the value of the US Dollar. Lately, the greenback (USD) has been quite calm & […]

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(Video): How To Trade Financial Markets During Stagflation. – October 11, 2021

Pre-NY Open Market Conditions signaled that prevailing sentiment preferred more downside for US-based risk assets, with US Future indices sliding lower over concerns that Global Growth is decelerating. Over the weekend, Goldman Sachs lowered their growth projection for the US Economy, with their 2021 forecast dropping to 5.6% expansion for the year, compared to the […]

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Stocks Pared Their Early Advances On Stagflation Concerns

All 3 major US indices ($SPX, $DJIA, and $NDX) pared their early advances, and are trading below their opening levels on what has been a choppy/volatile day of trading in US Equity Markets for the first session of the week. It seems that investors are remaining cautious as they make sense of stagflation in the […]

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