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This Great Graphic, created on Bloomberg, reflects the performance of three major indices since the start of the year.  The white line is the U.S. S&P 500.  It has clearly outperformed the Dow Jones ...
The U.S. dollar is mixed against the majors. The euro and pound were little changed, at $1.2730 and $1.6130. The dollar is outperforming against the Scandies, especially the Norwegian krone, but it is...
The US Dollar is narrowly mixed in quiet turnover. The historic FOMC meeting that announces the end of QE is finally at hand. This marks a new phase, post-QE, for monetary policy, and the US economy ...
Global risk-off sentiment and the reelection of Dilma Rousseff as the Brazilian president is setting EM off on the back foot to start the week. However, the lack of large moves in the dollar could ...
The week ahead is eventful. Investors will learn of the results of review and stress test of European banks. The Federal Reserve meets, as do three other central banks (Bank of Japan, Sweden's ...
The US dollar gained on most of the major foreign currencies last week, but the overall tone, leaving aside the yen, was largely consolidative in nature. The greenback was soft in the first half of ...
The dollar is little changed on the day against the majors. The euro is trading at $1.2650 and the pound at $1.6050. The dollar is just above the ¥108.0 against the yen. There was also little ...
Last week's drama was not the beginning of something as the pessimists and cynics would have it. Our inclination that it was the end of something--that the pendulum had swung unreasonably far ...
The targeted long-term repo operations had not even been launched when the ECB announced its intention to buy asset-backed securities and covered bonds. It then began to buy covered bonds before the ...
The drop in US bond yields is perhaps the biggest surprise for investors this year.  The gradual decline in Federal Reserve buying, faster growth and the prospects for a rate hike in 2015 were ...