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Here's How Hungary Reduced Risk Without Forfeiting Returns
Article By: Frank Holmes
Monday, October 22, 2018 12:30 PM EDT
Hungary isn’t known today as one of the world’s top gold producing countries. There was a time, though, when it accounted for around three-quarters of Europe’s entire output of the yellow metal, if you can believe it.
In this article: GLD
Bond Bubble Conundrum
Article By: Michael Pento
Monday, October 22, 2018 11:29 AM EDT
Wall Street shills are in near perfect agreement that the bond market is not in a bubble.
In this article: TNX
Treasury Snapshot: 10-Year Yield At 3.14%
Article By: Jill Mislinski
Monday, October 22, 2018 10:45 AM EDT
The yield on the 10-year note ended Friday at 3.14% and the 30-year bond closed at 3.31%.
In this article: TYX, TNX
E Markets: Returns
Article By: Robert Savage
Monday, October 22, 2018 8:32 AM EDT
The rise in the US borrowing needs in 2018 has been a quiet driver for rates in the US and the front-end of the curve reflects some of this supply issue.
In this article: FXA, FXY, OILB, UDN, SPX, TNX, GLD
Morning Call For Monday, Oct. 22
Article By: Jim Van Meerten
Monday, October 22, 2018 8:11 AM EDT
Dec E-mini S&Ps (ESZ18 +0.40%) this morning are up +0.31% on support from a surge in Chinese stocks along with a decline in Italian government bond yields.
In this article: CMG, LEN, OXY, UNP, SPX, TNX, OZK
US Futures Rise After Chinese Stocks Soar; Italian Bonds Boosted By Moody's
Article By: Tyler Durden
Monday, October 22, 2018 7:31 AM EDT
After some initial weakness early in the Monday session which pushed S&P futures as low as 2,750 on Sunday night, below their Thursday lows, animal spirits were rekindled and S&P futures rebounded by almost 30 points from session lows.
In this article: FXY, SPX, TNX, DAX, OILB
Revisiting The Age-Old Relationship Between Interest Rates And Prices
Article By: Steven Saville
Monday, October 22, 2018 5:19 AM EDT
There is an age-old relationship between prices and interest rates that Keynesian economists have called a paradox (“Gibson’s Paradox”).
In this article: TYX
E Markets: Rotations
Article By: Robert Savage
Sunday, October 21, 2018 4:23 PM EDT
Investors climbed a wall of worry last week but made little headway higher. The focus was on better earnings against the usual global economic and political concerns.
In this article: GLD, SPX
The Hot Breath Of Mr. Bear On The Back Of My Neck
Article By: Mark Lundeen
Sunday, October 21, 2018 4:07 PM EDT
Extreme volatility (Dow Jones 2% Days) continues in the market; Tuesday saw the Dow Jones close 2.17% above the previous day’s close. So, that’s the third day of extreme volatility in the past two weeks and that isn’t normal, or bullish.
In this article: GLD
Commitment Of Traders This Week: The Future Of Futures
Article By: Paban Pandey
Sunday, October 21, 2018 8:00 AM EDT
In the very near term, there is room for VIX to push higher.
In this article: IAU, QQQ, GLD, IJR, IVV, IWM, SPY, VOO, SPX, VIX, TNX Also: FXE, OILB, TLT
“What Could Possibly Go Wrong?”
Article By: Paul Hodges
Sunday, October 21, 2018 7:17 AM EDT
All four of my core forecasts for 2018 have come true this year. But complacency still abounds as we now enter the endgame for the policy failures of the past decade.
SPX Bounces Off Its Trendline
Article By: Tony Cherniawski
Saturday, October 20, 2018 6:28 PM EDT
SPX bounced off its 2.5-year trendline, closing just above Long-term support/resistance at 2765.98. Failure at the trendline implies a continuation of the sell signal.
In this article: GLD, USO, SPX, NDX, VIX
Does The Dollar Have Legs? - Saturday, Oct. 20
Article By: Marc Chandler
Saturday, October 20, 2018 5:29 PM EDT
The US dollar appreciated against most of the major currencies last week while several of the typically volatile emerging market currencies, like the Turkish lira, South African rand, and Brazilian real appreciated.
In this article: SPX
Market Clings To Support
Article By: Lance Roberts
Saturday, October 20, 2018 5:01 PM EDT
No matter how many different paths I trace out, the possibilities of the market rallying back to new all-time highs this year have been greatly reduced.
E No Longer In The Shadows, Leverage Loans Pose New Risks
Article By: Norman Mogil
Saturday, October 20, 2018 3:51 PM EDT
Somewhat late to the game, the Federal Open Market Committee finally acknowledged that they are watching the risks to financial stability stemming from the more than $1 trillion market for U.S. leveraged loans.
In this article: JPM Also: HYG, JNK
E Charts And History Reveal Why The Fed Must Break Stuff
Article By: Gary Anderson
Saturday, October 20, 2018 3:11 PM EDT
The business cycle, and the need to start over, is why the Fed breaks stuff. Companies refuse to invest, believing that the cycle is nearing an end. So the Fed breaks the cycle.
In this article: AAPL, SBUX
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