Month: June 2022

The Nasdaq opened 2.0% lower today despite a second day of falling yields. I think the latest price action is more about quarter end than about anything new. That said, we’re clearly in a tech bust, or an everything-that-was-overleveraged bust. I don’t think that’s a controversial statement anymore and nearly all investors have accepted that
Euro is under broad-based pressure today as selloff against Swiss Franc spreads to other pairs. Yen is currently the best performer following another round of pull back in Germany, and to a lesser extent US, benchmark yields. Aussie and Kiwi are also recovering while Dollar is firm. But for the week, Swiss Franc is still
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Risk-off sentiment is back in Asia today, after US stocks were sold off on poor consumer confidence data. In the currency markets, trading is relatively subdued, with Euro and Dollar trading in soft tone. Canadian Dollar and Swiss Franc are the strongest ones for the week. In particular, Swiss Franc is extending up trend against
GBP/USD remains pressured around two-week low, prints four-day downtrend. Clear downside break of seven-week-old horizontal area joins bearish MACD signals, downbeat RSI to favor sellers. Bulls to remain skeptical unless crossing monthly resistance line. GBP/USD struggles around a fortnight low while defending 1.2100 during Thursday’s Asian session. In doing so, the Cable pair portrays the
New Delhi: Gold price in the national capital fell by Rs 176 to Rs 50,649 per 10 grams on Wednesday, reflecting a decline in international precious metal prices, according to HDFC Securities. In the previous trade, the yellow metal settled at Rs 50,825 per 10 grams. Silver also fell by Rs 443 to Rs 59,725
I really only see two trades out there: 1) Commodities rally and everything else falls There’s been a decade of underinvestment in almost all commodities. The result is that even in a scenario of modest global growth and a green transition, there’s no enough raw materials to go around. This will be a tailwind for
Swiss Franc continues to rise broadly today, with additional help from selloff in Euro. The common currency is weighed down by Germany CPI, which unexpectedly slowed in June. But for now, Aussie, Sterling and Yen are even weaker than Euro. On the other hand, Canadian Dollar is second strongest as supported by rebound in oil