The bond beat goes on as yields continue to rise and the stronger USD applies vice-type pressure on all commodities
It's a relatively quiet week ahead on the data front – but that means little these days
Sometimes you have to throw conventional wisdom out the door and just let the good times roll
Market shifts from tantrum to tolerance as investors grow increasingly comfortable with growth driving up yields.
After last week’s slate of robust data, a light smattering of new data this week will provide investors with something of a hiatus
Stocks fall on Biden's Capital Gains Tax announcement – we knew he was coming, but not so soon
The FOMC meeting and President Biden’s first address to joint Congress session highlight a busy week on the economic calendar
Stephen has over 25 years of experience in financial markets, with deep-seated knowledge of G10 & Asian currency markets, metal and oil markets.
US stimulus stalemate weighs on all markets; Oil perilously perched on the Covid curve; Traders sell the earnings news. Without stimulus, gold gets no bounce.
A reminder that deadlines are meant to be broken as ongoing vaccine news and fiscal stimulus talks continue propping up the markets