Nomura’s McElligott: Hedges Are ‘Being Lit On Fire’ Amid Unwelcome ‘Blast Of Good News’

Nomura’s McElligott: Hedges Are ‘Being Lit On Fire’ Amid Unwelcome ‘Blast Of Good News’

"[We] should see some entertaining price action today, as investors largely 'long worst case scenario' versus 'short good news' gets a blast of positivity they did not want", Nomura's Charlie McElligott writes, on a Friday morning dominated by risk-on sentiment tied to trade talks and Brexit optimism. Thanks to the (likely misplaced) euphoria around the trade situation, S&P futures have risen a comical ~3% off the lows hit Wednesday evening when reports suggested no progress was being made
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