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Day: December 8, 2018

Yield Curve Inversion and Global Slowdown Hammered Stocks, Not US-China Trade Talks

It was another volatile week with multiple theme working on the markets. US-China trade truce, arrest of Chinese business executive, stock market routs, treasury yield free fall, US yield curve inversion, weak economic data and global slow down, OPEC+ production cut, UK Brexit parliament debate, Italy budget. All have a hand in market volatility. Commodity …

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Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary: Perfect Example of He Said, Xi Said

U.S. Review Despite Market Jitters, Fed to Raise Rates in December An ephemeral trade truce, the inversion of the front-end of the yield curve and a softer than expected jobs report fueled fears of the economy slowing. But, with economic data this week suggesting a relatively healthy economy, we still expect the Fed to raise …

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The Weekly Bottom Line: See You in Spring, Rate Hikes

U.S. Highlights Data released this week remains consistent with the view that U.S. economy continues to expand at an above-trend pace. Although disappointing in terms of the headline, job gains were also consistent with an economy running near capacity. Furthermore, wage growth held at a healthy pace in November. An agreement between the U.S. and …

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OPEC+ Agrees to Overall Production Cuts to Counter Slower Demand Growth Next Year

The 175th OPEC Conference and the 5th ministerial meeting between OPEC and non-OPEC countries ended earlier today with participants agreeing to reduce overall production by 1.2 million barrels per day (mb/d), effective as of January 2019 and lasting for six months. This action was necessary in their view to reduce potential imbalance in the oil …

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Soft Jobs Data Depreciated Dollar Looking Towards Inflation Data

The US dollar is mixed on Friday after a disappointing US jobs report. The NFP showed a 155,000 jobs gain in November, well below the 200,000 forecast. Weather issues played a part but overall the report will have a small impact on the December Fed meeting. What investors are focusing on is the effect it …

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Treasuries Poised for 5th Straight Weekly Gain as Fed Hike Expectations Dwindle on Weaker US Data

US Treasury prices have rallied over the past month on slower growth concerns globally and domestically. Today’s move in Treasuries stemmed from softer US data that suggested US economic growth is slowing. Two weeks ago, Fed Vice Chair Richard Clarida noted that gradual rate hikes are appropriate as monetary policy gets closer to its optimal …

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Successful Bear Market Trading Strategies & Techniques | Podcast

Key Takeaways from the Trading Podcast: How and when to adjust your position sizing when prices are volatile Freeing up your margin by using less capital Considering the opportunity cost of existing positions Live to trade another day (absorb losses without blowing up your account) Adapting your approach in this trading environment is key to …

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