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Ashraf Laidi

Joined: May 03, 2007
  • Analysis & Opinion

Ashraf Laidi's Opinion & Analysis
A complete archive of Ashraf Laidi's articles, including current analysis & opinion - Page 17

Mondays selloffs in the US dollar are common, especially when stocks gain. But today's action sees USD mostly weak during a general pullback in indices. This may suggest that equities are undergoing...
by Adam ButtonThe seasonally positive trend in April got traction almost immediately with stocks racing out of the game. The return to risk-on ascent with USD selling following stronger than expected...
by Adam ButtonAs risk on is empowerd ahead on the 1st day of Q2, let's assess a few items. The euro closed Q1 at its lowest since November among those crucial charts closing at extremes. OPEC+agreed...
by Adam ButtonTreasury yields are off their highs but threaten to break closer to the 1.80s%. USD is taking a break ahead of the holiday but this is not stopping oil from taking a fresh turn downwards...
By Adam ButtonNot many people know what it feels like to lose a $20B fortune but Bill Hwang found out on Friday. His Archegos Capital blew up on Friday, wiping out the vast majority of a fund he built...
by Adam ButtonAs the US dollar index reaches its 200-DMA for the 1st time since May of last year and EUR/USD breaks below its own 200-DMA, traders ought to watch these key levels for a possible...
by Adam ButtonWe were going to cover the tailwinds to housing but the deepening selloff in oil is leaving no choice for FX traders but to buy USD. Oil is down 6% after Thursday's 7% plunge, which is...
by Adam ButtonMarkets are cheering the biggest daily decline in US bond yields in over a week ahead of the 3-yr auction. One way to understand the current set of market moves is by envisioning two...
by Adam ButtonThe broader market is struggling with weather to interpret rising yields as a sign of economic improvement, inflation or dislocation in the bond market. On Thursday, an ugly rise in...
by Adam ButtonWe couldn't read an article or watch financial TV for any stretch on Tuesday without hearing the worlds 'inflation' and 'reflation' but the Fed continues to preach that they will look...