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Turkey has formed an interim government, but the AKP is slipping in the polls. The South Africa Reserve Bank (SARB) is debating FX intervention, but sending confused messages. Korea steps up its ...
The US dollar has been on a roller coaster ride. Many have lost confidence in the underlying trend. An important prop for the dollar, namely the prospects for the Fed's lift-off has been pushed out ...
While Asian equity markets extended yesterday's rally, a consolidative tone has emerged elsewhere. This translates into heavier equities in Europe, including US shares that trade there, lower core ...
The US 10-year Treasury yield has risen 30 bp since Monday's low-water mark. There are a number of reports that try to link the backing up in US yields to purported sales by China. The Chinese sales, ...
The global capital markets are staging a convincing recovery. The strong sustained gains in US equities yesterday have fueled continued recovery in Asia and Europe. The strong rally of the Shanghai ...
The inability of the US stock market to sustain gains following the Chinese rate cut has left the market unsettled. Similarly, despite early gains, Chinese stocks finished lower, with the losing ...
China appears to be flailing. Its stock market stabilization efforts have failed miserably. It looks as if it has botched another attempt to let market forces have greater sway over the yuan's ...
North American markets did not close well yesterday, and the Nikkei and Shanghai Composite sold off today. However, the magnitude of yesterday's moves sapped the market's aggressiveness. European ...
There are two currency pegs that serve as bedrocks. They were not tackled in the series of emerging market crisis that began in the mid-1990s. They did not succumb during the Great Financial crisis. ...
The global meltdown in stocks and commodities has continued. China failed to stem the tide by cutting reserve requirements (or interest rates) as many had expected. The U.S. 10-Year yield had fallen ...