Stocks Fall Across The Globe As Hawkish Central Banks, Washington Jitters Roil Risk

Stocks Fall Across The Globe As Hawkish Central Banks, Washington Jitters Roil Risk

Well, the overnight action was predictable under the circumstances, but it's nevertheless unnerving for anyone long risk at these levels. A day after Mario Draghi took what certainly seems to have been a hawkish turn by saying the ECB would "look through" lackluster inflation data, the euro hit a 1-year high: "Macro accounts jumped on the euro-bull wagon while leveraged ones looked to fade any dip of a 20-25 pip width," Europe-based traders told Bloomberg, who also notes that risk reversals
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