A hiatus before the next leg perhaps.
Pitching the positive side after last week’s eerie impasse; After a risk circuit-breaker, markets search for the next driver; A winter of discontent for oil markets.
Two-year yields have covered their prior six-month range in the last week alone – and whether or not this move is sustainable matters a lot
As OPEC heads into its final meetings for 2020, is there a reason for concern in oil markets?
Signs point to choppy seas as the US election hits the home stretch, but failing a stimulus shocker, cross-assets could be home on the range.
Despite a raft of important data releases on the economic calendar, all eyes are fixed on Washington as the US election hits the home stretch.
Markets fall on Brexit and US stimulus stalemates, but optimism over FDA vaccine approvals and subsequent US rollouts hold stocks and oil in check.
US election will capture the market's attention as Biden holds clear lead in polls; Oil surges as veil of uncertainty around OPEC+ month-end meeting is lifted
The short US dollar story is in a mutability stage; Oil remains vulnerable to the winter of despair; A set of golden woes.
While the US stimulus deadlock is proving to be the ultimate rally capper, it was the gnarliest of Main Street concerns that hurt sentiment.