Weekly Market Recap & Outlook
The paper asset made it through quad witching in style – both stocks and bonds. The risk-on sentiment however didn’t sink commodities or precious metals. Wednesday’s FOMC brought worries over the Fed hitting real economy growth but Powell’s conference calmed down fears through allegedly no recession risks this year, ascribing everything to geopolitics. Very convenient, but the grain of truth is that the Fed wouldn’t indeed jeopardize GDP growth this year – that’s the context of how to read the intention to hike rates 7 times and also shrink balance sheet still this year. Not gonna happen as I stated on Thursday already.
That’s stocks and bonds – both would run into difficulties next week, but it ain’t the end of the rally. After losing some altitude this week and thereafter, the rally would continue but would roll over decidedly to the downside after a couple of weeks. Precious metals and copper would present interesting opportunities while crude oil remains volatile within the context of an uptrend. In any case, cryptos are sending relatively positive signs of risk taking.
Stay tuned for Monday’s extensive analysis, and have a nice rest of the weekend.
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