Nomura’s McElligott: New US-China Fight Could Be ‘Dreaded Macro Shock-Down Catalyst’

Nomura’s McElligott: New US-China Fight Could Be ‘Dreaded Macro Shock-Down Catalyst’

The prospect of renewed Sino-US tensions as the White House seeks retribution for the coronavirus could be "the dreaded 'macro shock-down' catalyst", Nomura's Charlie McElligott writes, in a short Friday note. In addition to some disappointment around certain aspects of Amazon and Apple's reports, "accelerant (sell) flows" have been triggered, he warns. The timing leaves something to be desired. We were seemingly on the verge of settling back into a more benign regime with CTAs flipping long i
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4 thoughts on “Nomura’s McElligott: New US-China Fight Could Be ‘Dreaded Macro Shock-Down Catalyst’

  1. Trump’s pointless attempt to upstage the virus is nothing short of a very pathetic public relations stunt. Instead of being focused on realistic governing or performing a function of a leader, we instead have a gameshow host resorting to a bag of tricks, where apparently, he’ll pull out a stunt that will help his base see that he’s greater than the virus — maga!!!!

    1. Just a sh!++y attempt to find a scapegoat for why he was unable to contain the virus in US. Look at Thailand, New Zealand and South Korea. So to win election, tRump has to create rage against China to deflect his administration’s inability to govern.

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