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Consolidative Session Marked by Weak Chinese Imports and White House Debt Ceiling Talks

The market sentiment remains fragile. Equities are mostly lower. Japan was a notable exception, and concerns about China’s economy after a sharp decline in imports took mainland and Hong Kong listed companies sharply lower. Europe’s...

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European Rates Continue to Surge, Sending Stocks Spiraling Lower

Seven of the G10 central banks pumped the brakes between last week and this week as they purposely seek to push demand back into line with supply. And there are more signs that they are...

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New Week Same Refrain: Stocks Down, Yields Up, Stronger Greenback

New week, same refrain.  Stocks down, yields up, and the dollar is broadly higher.  The Nikkei and Taiwan fell by more than 2% and South Korea and Australia were off more than 1%. China’s Shanghai...

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Euro and Sterling Slumps Extended

Russia’s decision to cut gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria and the sharp sell-off in US equities yesterday casts a pall over the markets today.  But not the dollar. The euro punched through $1.06 for...

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Dollar’s Upside Correction Stalls after 3-4 Weeks of Gains

The greenback had a tough week. It fell against most currencies. Our GDP-weighted currency index snapped a three-week drop, which ended an eight-week advance. The combination of a seemingly more hawkish Federal Reserve and position...

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US Dollar is Offered in Quiet Start to the New Week

The combination of rising virus cases and the sell-off in the US before the weekend dragged nearly all the Asia Pacific bourses lower. The Nikkei led the way with more than a 2% drop, but...

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Biggest ever oil production cut by OPEC and its allies

A previous standoff with Mexico was resolved as the deal was announced just hours before Asian markets opened on Monday. The cuts will be gradually eased until April 2022. OPEC, Russia and other oil-producing nations...

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Collective Sigh of Relief Lifts Equities, Yields, and the Dollar

A global sigh of relief that the US will not tariff all its imports from Mexico. Equities are all higher, and the weekend demonstrations in Hong Kong over a bill allowing extraditions to the mainland...

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Deal or no deal, US needs Mexicans

Trump has used tariffs as a stick to threaten the US’s trading partners into submission, as in his spat with Mexico. But if the US cuts immigration from its southern neighbors, who will do the...

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US Struggles to Build Physical Wall, Tries Tariff Wall on Mexico

The US announcement to lay a 5% tariff on all goods coming from Mexico (starting June 10) until it stops the flow of “illegal migrants” spurred sharp losses in the Mexican peso and general risk-off...

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NAFTA 2.0: Be Careful What You Wish For

There were only a few formal disputes under NAFTA 1.0.  It says more about the adjudication process than the underlying issues.  It was not binding.  The Democrats want stronger enforcement provisions in what the NAFTA...

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Canada rethinking on NAFTA

As the US and Mexico unveil a reworked trade agreement, the old one’s third leg, Canada, said its signature is needed and it may not sign it. But what have the US and Mexico agreed...