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Category Archives: DJ Euro Stoxx 50

Credit Suisse “Climbs The Wall Of Worry”, Raises S&P Target To 2,500 From 2,350

Following bearish reports from Goldman (which tactically downgraded stocks to Neutral for the next three months just hours before the Fed rate hike), RBC and JPM’s head quant Marko Kolanovic over the past week, overnight Credit Suisse decided to take the other side of the trade and hiked its year end forecasts for the S&P500, […]

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 […]

Global Stocks Dip; Bond Yields, Dollar Rise After Yellen’s Rate Guidance; All Eyes On Draghi

After yesterday’s speech by Janet Yellen which signaled a path of steady interest rate increases and was perceived as hawkish, the dollar rebounded, Asian shares slipped and government bond yields jumped to multi-week highs on Thursday. European, Asian stocks and US equity futures all decline together with commodity metals while oil rises on the API […]

Futures Rise On Friday 13th Ahead Of Deluge Of Bank Earnings; Dollar Continues To Decline

European shares rose as Fiat rebounded on hopes concerns about parallel to Volkswagen are overblown, Asian stocks were little as Chinese shares fell to the lowest level of 2017 after poor export data, and U.S. equity-index futures rose ahead of a deluge of bank earnings. The dollar is headed for a weekly loss and gold […]

Global Stocks Rise To 1.5 Year High After Chinese Intervention Halts Dollar Rally

Asian stocks rose, led by Hong Kong, while European shares and U.S. equity-index futures are little changed. Euro, yen climb as the dollar posted an unexpected loss following some serious fireworks out of China, which intervened in funding market to crush offshore Yuan shorts. Top news stories include Macy’s and Kohl’s cutting their outlook after […]

What Keeps Goldman Up At Night About 2017

With 2016 still fresh in most investors’ minds, and questions about 2017 pressing, here is a summary, courtesy of Goldman’s Allison Nathan, of where Goldman believes we closed out 2016, what is in store in the coming year, and ultimately, “what keeps Goldman up at night” about 2017. 2016, and a peek at 2017 2016 […]

Hugh Hendry: “We Are Running A Trumpian Portfolio”

Presenting the end of year macro observations on a “Trumpian new world order”, from Eclectica’s Hugh Hendry Right Here, Right Now? As you know, back in late 2014 we were more constructive on risk taking opportunities as Europe prepared to launch QE, finally resetting monetary policy on a necessary looser course. And by early 2015 […]

Global Stocks Pressured As Oil Slides On OPEC Deal Concerns; US Futures, Dollar Rise

European stocks were little changed and oil fell as investors assessed declining prospects for an OPEC deal and risks from Italy’s referendum. Asian stocks declined, while S&P futures pointed to a fractionally higher open, erasing 3 points from yesterday’s drop. Trader attention today – and tomorrow – will be focused on oil which retreated back […]