Geopolitics & Wild Cards: Full Week Ahead Preview

Geopolitics is back in the spotlight to start the week.

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Aussie Longs Furious At Vegetables Today As Inflation ‘Disappears Into The Bush’

Maybe ask a vegetable.

Hurricane Damage: Full Week Ahead Preview

Ok, well it’s Sunday which means, barring Trump wandering into a nuclear war in the next several hours, tomorrow will be Monday. This week they’ll be a lot of talk about…

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“It’s not crazy”…

Make Risk Great Again.

Now stay tuned to find out if Kim bought some VXX today on the cheap so he can fire off an ICBM this evening and make a few million to put towards his next H-bomb.

‘Good Luck, We’re All Counting On You’: Full Week Ahead Preview

To be sure, whatever you thought was going to dominate the news flow in the week ahead is probably going to take a backseat to North Korea, for obvious reasons. 

But North Korea isn’t the only thing on traders’ minds this week. Not by a long shot.

Aussie Spread Over Treasurys Balloons To Post-Election High

Here’s one of those notable developments that’s probably flying under your radar.

Folks Are Bullish As Hell On These Currencies

Maybe you noticed.

‘60% Of The Time, It Works Every Time’: Full Week Ahead Preview

Ok, well good news: we’ll get a break from potentially market-moving scheduled events this week. Notice I said “scheduled” events. That’s a category that does not include impromptu staff changes at 1600 Pennsylvania, declarations of war made via Twitter, subpoenas for Trump associates, precious metals flash crashes, and/or ICBM launches. One thing worth watching this week…

‘Seldom Mentioned,’ ‘Bigly,’ Ubiquitous Stock Rally Continues: Tuesday In Charts

“Billions, and billions, and billions, and”…

RBA Flags Risk To Outlook, Inflation From Stronger Aussie

It’s probably going to take more than some jawboning…

Presenting: A Crazy Week In Charts

Ok, well this was an interesting week…

As Currency War Beckons, Here Is One Trader’s Dollar Mea Culpa

“It’s certainly a tempting idea given the price-action but, in the wake of my incorrect dollar call from Wednesday, I refrained from joining the debate with conviction.”

A Dovish Fed Day In Charts

So “dovish” it was, or at least “dovish” was the market’s read on the Fed statement. The language on the outlook for inflation was timid and “relatively soon” on the balance sheet gives them an out if they end up needing it. “The post-meeting statement noted that the Committee expects to begin balance sheet normalization…

‘In This Scenario We Could See Turbulence’: Lowe Warns On ‘Tipping Point’

“If such a tipping point were reached, inflation pressures could emerge quite quickly.”