Symptoms of Rising Dollar
S&P 500 refused the intraday downswing, and bonds confirmed the relative resilience. The reprieve in long-dated Treasuries (driven by darkening real economy prospects – just wait for the upcoming non-farm payrolls, I‘m looking for these to disappoint, and to start illustrating the darkening clouds more than merely on the horizon) is on, and the retracement won‘t stand in the dollar‘s way too much. When it comes to real assets, one must look to the associated stocks, be they miners or oil stocks. As yesterday‘s universal, liquidity driven selling was coming to a pause, it was especially oil that came back best. Relatively best as the steep rise in its daily volume doesn‘t spell stabilization yet – a bottom must be carved, and my second support level of $93 may very well still come into play over the coming weeks – before the new upleg develops. And it would be a juicy one if you look at the murmurs around Permian Basin etc. Copper and silver are to remain challenged the most in the current environment – no suprise here, I‘ve been writing about that for weeks. Cryptos are pausing in the long decline, and can‘t be expected to turn decisively. Overall, lackluster day ahead where stocks haven‘t bottomed yet, but real assets are in for a daily reprieve after yesterday‘s beating.
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