by Ashraf Laidi | 26 Aug, 2016
The divergence between yen crosses and US stock indices has persisted for 6 months, the longest and deepest divergence since 2002.
by Ashraf Laidi | May 18, 2016 15:39
The S&P500 is currently showing a pattern seen in June 2008 and March 2001, both cases in which the index lost more than 30%.
by Ashraf Laidi | May 6, 2016 18:36
Not much has changed in USD trading since our March post. Today's neutral-to-negative US jobs report will not do the job to sway the Fed into raising rates in June.
by Ashraf Laidi | Mar 18, 2016 19:48
What do the US dollar rally and a Donald Trump rally have in common. Scroll down to the bottom for the answer.
One notable reason the VIX is trading at only half the level seen in August (53.0), a time when equity indices plunged near today's levels is related to market's absorption of risk versus macro...