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Will Yesterday’s Market Selloff Turn “Emotional”: Here Are The Key Indicators RBC Is Looking At

Yesterday’s sharp S&P selloff, the largest of 2017, and the first time the market dropped by more than 1% in 110 trading days, may be just the beginning: that is the troubling thesis presented by JPM’s quant Marko Kolanovic, who as we quoted yesterday, warned that “following Friday’s option expiry, the gamma imbalance shifted towards […]

Deutsche Bank: “The Probability Of A Negative Shock Is High”

For the second week in a row, Deutsche Bank’s strategist Parag Thatte has a somewhat conflicted message for the bank’s clients: on one hand, he writes that positive economic surprises continue “but are getting less so”, and although the divergence between har data surprises and sentiment is diminishing the bank is somewhat confident that a […]

Quiet Start To Quad-Witching St. Paddy’s Day: Futures Flat, Global Stocks Mixed

A quiet start to today’s quad-witching St. Patrick’s day, with European stocks mixed, Asian shares and U.S. index futures (-0.1%) little changed ahead of industrial production data with just Tiffany’s set to report earnings. Emerging markets headed toward the best week in eight months even as the global equities rally spurred by the Federal Reserve’s […]

Will Mid-March Madness Maul the Stock Market in 2017?

Many of the 2017 economic headwinds I’ve described will hit during the Ides of March, just as the Trump stock-market Rally shows signs of topping out. This might not be the Great Epocalypse — not all at once anyway — but a large and likely correction is looming. I think the bear is about to be let out of his cage.  Chaos emerged in emerging-market stocks last week, […]

Global Stocks Rise, S&P Futs Flat As Dollar Rebounds Ahead Of Critical Week For Markets

European bourses advance and Asian share rose led by a surge in Hong Kong stocks which rose the most in three months as Japan hit 15 month highs. U.S. futures are little changed along while the dollar rebounded from session lows after Friday’s selloff. Crude oil has continued its retreat, down 0.2% and sliding for […]

These Four Charts Are Issuing a Warning on Stocks

While CNBC and the financial media continue to rave about stocks being near their all-time highs, beneath the surface of the market we are seeing signs of big trouble. Consider the following… As Michael Batnick noted last week, the S&P 500 as a whole is just 1.6% off its all time highs, but the average […]

As Retail Investors Flood Into Stocks, Professionals Are Dumping Speculative Longs

"Fear of missing out" is quickly becoming the go to phrase for what's left of America's stock market investors. As The Wall Street Journal reports, investors have poured money into stocks through mutual funds and exchange-traded funds in 2017, with global equity funds posting record net inflows in the week ended March 1 based on […]

Cudmore Calls It: “The Correction Has Started”

The last few days – since the post-Trump-speech spike – have seen stocks suffer the worst decline since the election (with The Dow down a 'shocking' 0.9%). But there are cracks appearing (VIX, Emerging Markets, Copper, 'hard' macro data, and now High Yield Credit are all breaking down)… The last 4 days are the worst […]

“Shit’s Starting To Break” – Stock Slide Escalates Amid Copper, Credit, & Crude Carnage

One veteran macro trader summed up the markets perfectly "Shit's starting to break" – noting that 'real' macro data decoupled from stocks at the start of the year, VIX decoupled from stocks three weeks ago, EM broke over a week ago, Copper snapped last week, and now High Yield credit is breaking – stocks are […]

All Eyes On Yellen After US Futures, Euro Stocks Rebound On Latest French Polls

World stocks pulled back from all time highs, and European bourses initially followed U.S. futures and Asian shares lower, however both European risk sentiment as well as E-Minis rebounded after an Odoxa poll showed Macron overtaking Le Pen in the 1st round for the first time, and that the addition of Juppe instead of Fillon […]