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Capital Markets Remain Fragile after Yesterday's Bloodletting

February 25, 2020
Overview:  Yesterday's bloodletting in global equities has calmed, but investors remain on edge. Despite all the concerns that the markets were under-appreciating the implications of the new coronavirus, there is a sense that yesterday's moves were in excess. Japanese markets, which were closed on Monday, played catch-up today, and the Nik…
Capital Markets Remain Fragile after Yesterday's Bloodletting Capital Markets Remain Fragile after Yesterday's Bloodletting Reviewed by Marc Chandler on February 25, 2020 Rating: 5
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Dollar Rides High as Eurozone Disappoints, and Caution Sets In

February 07, 2020
Overview: A more cautious tone is evident today in the markets, which seem to have run well ahead of macro developments and evidence that the new coronavirus is not yet contained. After a roughly 3.5% advance in the past three sessions, the MSCI Asia Pacific index pulled back with nearly the markets in the region slipping. The Dow Jones Stoxx 600 …
Dollar Rides High as Eurozone Disappoints, and Caution Sets In Dollar Rides High as Eurozone Disappoints, and Caution Sets In Reviewed by Marc Chandler on February 07, 2020 Rating: 5
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Contagion Impact not Peaked, Weighs on Risk Appetites

January 30, 2020
Overview: The ongoing concerns about the geometric progression of the new coronavirus continues to swamp other considerations for investors. Risk continues to be unwound, as the World Health Organization meets to decide if this is indeed a global health emergency. Several large equity markets in Asia were hit particularly hard. Taiwan re-opened fr…
Contagion Impact not Peaked, Weighs on Risk Appetites Contagion Impact not Peaked, Weighs on Risk Appetites Reviewed by Marc Chandler on January 30, 2020 Rating: 5
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