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Having said that this bearish market really started in Jan 2021. Many stocks where selling off all last year as shown by the bearish insider selling all year. Now they are bullish...ummm maybe this is all over sooner than we think
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By Swati Verma (Reuters) - Gold fell more than 1% to its lowest in 3-1/2 months on Monday as elevated bond yields and overall strength in the dollar dampened bullion demand, even as riskier assets dropped after grim China economic data. A stronger dollar makes gold expensive for overseas buyers, while higher Treasury yields raise the opportunity cost of holding zero-yield bullion. Spot gold was down 0.2% to $1,807.64 per ounce as of 1311 GMT, after earlier hitting its lowest since Jan. 31 at $1,786.60. U.S. gold futures were little changed at $1,808.10. "Spot gold may not stray far from $1,800, suppressed by the might of King Dollar and elevated Treasury yields, while supported by the looming prospects of a recession," said Han Tan, chief market analyst at Exinity. Gold prices are down over 13% since scaling a near-record peak of $2,069.89 an ounce in March. [USD/] [US/] "Having now fallen through the psychologically important threshold of $1,800 an ounce and with the hawkish monetary policy more likely to strengthen than weaken, it is hard to see where gold can now find a short-term foothold," Rupert Rowling, market analyst at Kinesis Money, said in a note. The dollar consolidated near a two-decade peak while risk appetite took a hit after weak economic data from China highlighted fears about a slowdown. [MKTS/GLOB] Silver has found itself caught up in the broader sell-off in equities and gold, being punished for being an industrial metal at a time when growth forecasts are being trimmed, Rowling added. Spot silver gained 0.9% to $21.26 per ounce, after slumping to its lowest since July 2020 on Friday. Platinum rose 0.2% to $940.16 and palladium was up 1.2% to $1,966.80. Johnson Matthey (LON:JMAT) said a surplus in the platinum market should shrink this year and the palladium markets are likely to move back into deficit.
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By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian share markets stumbled on Monday and oil prices slid after shockingly weak data from China underlined the deep damage lockdowns are doing to the world's second-largest economy. China's April retail sales plunged 11.1% on the year, almost twice the fall forecast, while industrial output dropped 2.9% when analysts had looked for a slight increase. "The data paint a picture of a stalling economy and one in need of more aggressive stimulus and a rapid easing of COVID restrictions, neither of which are likely to be forthcoming anytime soon," said Mitul Kotecha, head of emerging markets strategy at TD Securities. "China's weaker growth trajectory will add to pressure on its markets and fuel a further worsening in global economic prospects, weighing on risk assets. We expect further CNY depreciation." In Europe, EUROSTOXX 50 and FTSE futures both eased 0.3%. S&P 500 stock futures lost early gains to drop 0.6%, while Nasdaq futures fell 0.5%. Both are far from last year's highs, with the S&P having fallen for six straight weeks. China's central bank had also disappointed those hoping for a rate easing, though on Sunday Beijing did allow a further cut in mortgage loan interest rates for some home buyers. Monday's data overshadowed news that Shanghai aimed to reopen broadly and allow normal life to resume from June 1. Chinese blue chips shed 0.8% in reaction, while commodity currencies took a knock led by the Australian dollar which is often used as a liquid proxy for the yuan. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan lost early gains to stand flat, following a slide of 2.7% last week, when it hit a two-year low. Japan's Nikkei clung to gains of 0.5%, having lost 2.1% last week even as a weak yen offered some support to exporters. Sky-high inflation and rising interest rates drove U.S. consumer confidence sink to an 11-year low in early May and raised the stakes for April retail sales due on Tuesday. DOWNGRADING GROWTH A hyper-hawkish Federal Reserve has driven a sharp tightening in financial conditions, which led Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) to cut its 2022 GDP growth forecast to 2.4%, from 2.6%. Growth in 2023 is now seen at 1.6% on an annual basis, down from 2.2%. "Our financial conditions index has tightened by over 100 basis points, which should create a drag on GDP growth of about 1pp," said Goldman Sachs economist Jan Hatzius. "We expect that the recent tightening in financial conditions will persist, in part because we think the Fed will deliver on what is priced." Futures imply 50 basis-point hikes in both June and July and rates between 2.5-3.0% by year end, from the current 0.75-1.0%. Fears that the tightening will lead to recession spurred a rally in bonds last week, which saw 10-year yields drop 21 basis points from peaks of 3.20%. Early Monday, yields were easing again to reach 2.91%. The pullback saw the dollar come off a two-decade top, though not by much. The dollar index was last at 104.560, and within spitting distance of the 105.010 peak. The euro stood at $1.0403, having got as low as $1.0348 last week. The dollar did lose ground on the yen, which seemed to get a safe-haven bid in the wake of the China data, slipping to 129.02 yen. In cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin was last up 2% at $30,354, having touched its lowest since December 2020 last week following the collapse of TerraUSD, a so-called stablecoin. In commodity markets, gold was pressured by high yields and a strong dollar and was last at $1,809 an ounce having shed 3.8% last week. Oil prices reversed course as the dire Chinese data rekindled worries about demand. Brent lost $2.31 to $109.24, while U.S. crude shed $2.14 to $108.35.
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**@charliebilello:** In Jan 2021, the 30-yr mortgage rate was 2.65% and average new home price in the US was $401,700. Today the 30-yr mortgage rate is 5.30% and average new home price is $523,900.Assuming a 20% down payment, that's an 80% increase in the monthly payment (from $1,294 to $2,327). https://t.co/CO8nB7WnGn https://twitter.com/charliebilello/status/1525909598401703936
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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian stocks fell to an almost two-year low and the dollar rose to multi-year highs on Thursday as data showed U.S. inflation persistently hot, deepening investor worries about the economic toll of aggressive interest rate hikes to tame it. U.S. markets whipsawed after the news, then closed sharply lower. S&P 500 futures gave up early gains to fall 0.2% in the Asia session. European futures also fell, with EuroSTOXX 50 futures down 2% and FTSE futures down 1.6%. Bitcoin, leading a fire-sale of risky assets as rate hikes gather steam, fell 7% to $26,970. It was near $40,000 a week ago and is 60% beneath its peak six months ago. The growth-sensitive Australian and New Zealand dollars fell about 0.8% to almost two-year lows. The Chinese yuan slid to a 19-month trough. Headline U.S. consumer prices rose 8.3% for the 12 months to April, slower than the 8.5% pace of a month earlier, but higher than market forecasts for 8.1%. Traders said it underscored concern that rates will rise quickly in response. "We're now very much embedded with at least two further (U.S.) hikes of 50 basis points on the agenda. For equity markets that really is the end of free money," said Damian Rooney, director of institutional sales at Argonaut in Perth. "I think we probably were delusional six months ago with the rise of U.S. equities on hopes and prayers and the madness of the meme stocks, and suddenly were going a little bit back to what is reality," he said. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 2% to a 22-month low. Japan's Nikkei fell 1.7%. Treasuries were steady in Asia, but selling at the short end and a rally at the longer end has flattened the yield curve as investors brace for near-term hikes to hurt long-run growth. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield fell six basis points (bps) overnight and dropped a further 2.6 bps in Tokyo trade to 2.8967%. The gap between two-year and 10-year yields narrowed 3.5 bps. "There should be a tipping point in how far the Fed can be pressed before odds clearly point towards a hard landing," said NatWest Markets' U.S. rates strategist Jan Nevruzi. SELL IN MAY The rates outlook is driving up the U.S. dollar and taking the heaviest toll on riskier assets that shot up through two years of stimulus and low-rate lending. The Nasdaq is down nearly 8% in May so far and more than 25% this year. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Tech index slid 1.5% on Thursday and is off more than 30% this year. Cryptocurrency markets are also melting down, with the collapse of the so-called stablecoin TerraUSD highlighting the turmoil as well as the selling in bitcoin and next-biggest-crypto, ether. A weakening growth picture outside the United States is battering investor confidence, too, as war in Ukraine threatens an energy crisis in Europe and lengthening COVID-19 lockdowns in China throw another spanner into supply chain chaos. Nomura estimated this week that 41 Chinese cities are in full or partial lockdowns, making up 30% of the country's GDP. Property developer Sunac China said it missed a bond interest payment and will miss more as China's real estate sector remains in the grip of a credit crunch. The yuan fell to a 19-month low of 6.7631 and has dropped almost 6% in under a month. The Australian dollar fell 0.8% to a near two-year low of $0.6879. The kiwi slid by a similar margin to $0.6240, though the euro and yen held steady to keep the dollar index just shy of a two-decade peak. Sterling was at a two-year low of $1.2204. In commodity trade, oil wound back a bit of Wednesday's surge as growth worries dampened fear of gas supply disruptions in Europe. Brent crude futures fell 1.3% to $106.90 a barrel. British activity and growth data is due later in the day.
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but I'm not going to sell it yet just in case i need it for Jan 2023 capital gains losses to offset LOL
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MACD only monthly chart is curling negative. This has happened 7 times in past since 93 amd we had average pull back of 29.79% with max of 56.61% in 2007-2009 and min of 10.18% in jan - feb 2018.
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it was my first time in NOLA in Jan
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yes i had june 70 puts and jan 35 puts
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No candle like this since Jan/Feb
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somebody hitting those ZEN Jan 130s
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But be aware it could test one side then reverse and go in other direction....look back to Jan to see it did that then
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Bands are squeezing again now on 1 day chart as in jan/feb
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By Ahmad Ghaddar LONDON (Reuters) -Oil prices rose on Thursday from a three-week low touched in the previous session after consuming nations announced a huge release of oil from emergency reserves, with worries over tight supplies still clouding the market outlook. Brent crude futures were up $1.19, or 1.2%, at $102.26 a barrel at 1306 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures rose $1.34, or 1.4%, to $97.57 a barrel. Both benchmarks plunged more than 5% in the previous session and hit their lowest closing levels since March 16. International Energy Agency member countries on Wednesday agreed to release 60 million barrels on top of a 180 million-barrel release announced by the United States last week to help drive down prices amid supply fears following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Japan will release 15 million barrels of oil from state and private reserves as part of the move, Kyodo news agency reported on Thursday. "Although this is the biggest release since the stockpile was created in 1980, it will fail to ultimately change the fundamentals in the oil market," ANZ bank said of the U.S. release. ANZ argued that the release is likely to delay further increases in output from key producers and could give OPEC+ more "breathing room amid calls to increase output further". Other analysts however see the stocks release as a big relief to market tightness concerns. "In view of these quantities, the previous concerns about tight supplies are no longer justified, as can also be seen from the price trend," Commerzbank (DE:CBKG) said, noting that Brent prices have plunged by about $12 since the first announcement of a U.S. release came last week. Russia's production of oil and gas condensate fell to 10.52 million bpd on April 1-6 from a March average of 11.01 million bpd, two sources familiar with the data told Reuters on Thursday. China's oil demand is expected to rebound to 14.26 million barrels per day (bpd) in the second quarter, after dropping to 13.9 million bpd in the previous quarter as the country's zero-COVID policy dampened consumption, a senior researcher from China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) said. China, the world's biggest oil importer, said it will strictly control new capacity in its oil refining industry and will accelerate the elimination of inefficient and outdated production capacity.. Stalled indirect talks between Iran and the United States on reviving a 2015 agreement on Tehran's nuclear program have further delayed the potential for sanctions on Iranian oil to be lifted, keeping the market tight. Political decisions are needed in Tehran and Washington to overcome remaining issues, negotiators say. (Additional Reporting by Sonali Paul in Melbourne and Muyu Xu in Beijing; Editing by Kim Coghill and Jan Harvey)
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(Reuters) - In the run-up to Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) Inc CEO Elon Musk's public disclosure of a $3 billion stake in Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR), the billionaire had criticized the micro-blogging site for failing to adhere to free speech principles and said he was contemplating building a new social media platform. The world's richest person in the past months has said he is a free speech absolutist, while being vocal against Web3, a term for a utopian version of the internet that is decentralized and whose commercial backbone is the non-fungible token (NFT). Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey and Musk, though active proponents of cryptocurrencies, share skepticism around the metaverse, NFTs and Web3, what some deem to be the evolution of the internet. From ridiculing Twitter's new CEO to calling NFT profile pictures "annoying", here's a list of Musk's tweets and comments on Twitter, Web3, NFTs and free speech. Date Tweet March 15, Musk tweeted, "I'm selling this song about NFTs as an 2021 NFT." The tweet included a song with the lyrics - "NFT for your vanity. Computers never sleep. It's verified. It's guaranteed." The next day, he tweeted: "Actually, doesn't feel quite right selling this. Will pass." Dec. 1, Musk posted a meme comparing new Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal 2021 with Joseph Stalin Dec. 2, "Web3 sounds like bs”, said Musk, responding to a thread 2021 by OpenAI co-founder Sam Altman Dec. 21, Musk mocked the Web3 concept, in a tweet, he said, "Has 2021 anyone seen web3? I can't find it." Jan. 21, In a Twitter thread calling the NFT profile picture 2022 feature annoying, Musk said, "Twitter is spending engineering resources on this bs while crypto scammers are throwing a spambot block party in every thread!?" Feb. 22, Musk, known for creating original memes, tweeted an image 2022 mocking the progress of the world wide web, ridiculing Web3. March 5, In a tweet claiming some governments asked Starlink to 2022 block Russian news sources, Musk said, "Sorry to be a free speech absolutist." March 24, Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said in a quote tweet, "The 2022 choice of which algorithm to use (or not) should be open to everyone" March 24, Musk asked in a poll if Twitter's algorithm should be open 2022 source. March 26, Musk said Twitter failing to adhere to free speech 2022 principles fundamentally undermines democracy and asked if a new platform was needed. April 4, In his first tweet since the disclosure of his stake in 2022 Twitter, he said, "Oh hi lol" April 4, Musk posted a Twitter poll asking users if they wanted an 2022 edit button. "Do you want an edit button?" Musk asked in the tweet, in response to which Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal said that the consequences of the poll will be important. "Please vote carefully," Agrawal tweeted. Agrawal April 5, tweeted https://twitter.com/paraga/status/1511320953598357505?s=21&t=Is9i_R_hPKzFuUV5VhxUZQ 2022 Musk is being appointed to Twitter's board. "Through conversations with Elon in recent weeks, it became clear to us that he would bring great value to our Board," the tweet said.
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Expedia call buyer lays out $24M for deep in-the-money Expedia position. Buys approx 2500 Jan 110 callsfrom $91.50 to $94, for an avg price of $92.54. Cboe open-close data confirms the customer buyer.
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yeah, just looking at the Jan 20's
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3.42 VWAP BLVD from Jan 3rd
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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian equities hit three week highs on Wednesday as investors fled a meltdown in bond markets and sought refuge in cash, carry trades and beaten-down sectors such as technology, while the Ukraine conflict's threat to supplies kept oil prices firm. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 1% to its highest since early March, with hefty rises in Hong Kong technology firms leading the way. (HK) In Japan, autos joined in as the Nikkei rose 3%. European futures were last up 0.8% and FTSE futures up 0.5%, though things were more muted for U.S. futures, which climbed 0.2% after rallying on Tuesday. [.N] Battered e-commerce giant Alibaba (NYSE:BABA), which recently expanded a buyback program, rose 6% and in Tokyo out-of-favour tech investment firm SoftBank Group rose 7%. "(Stocks) sold off too much and you see a bit of a rally," said Jun Bei Liu a portfolio manager at Tribeca Investment Partners in Sydney, but she added it had the flavour of hedge fund short covering rather than new money piling in. "We are facing a lot of interest rate increases, which is going to put a lid on valuation. We just won't see the sort of valuation expansion we saw over the last many years." Still, stocks' resilience has been noteworthy in the face of very heavy dumping of bonds since the U.S. Federal Reserve gave hawkish guidance at its March meeting and chair Jerome Powell sounded even more aggressive in a speech on Monday. Losses extended in early Asia trade then moderated leaving benchmark 10-year Treasury yields, which rise when prices fall, up 2 basis points (bps) at 2.4009% and having climbed a whopping 58 basis points for the month so far. Two-year Treasury yields, up 76 bps in March, steadied at 2.1796%. "The move higher in yields stretching over the past two weeks has been the largest one since the global financial crisis and even then the moves were within a couple of basis points of what we are experiencing now," said NatWest Markets' rates strategist Jan Nevruzi. "At some point the market might start pricing in an economic downturn, particularly if the Fed embarks on a series of 50 bp hikes." DISRUPTION Among the event due later on Wednesday, British inflation data was set to be released at 0700 GMT, while speeches from Powell and Fed officials James Bullard and Mary Daly would also be watched for clues on the rates outlook. Rising interest rates elsewhere and surging oil prices have sent Japan's yen into a tailspin by sucking money abroad in search of better yields and to pay up for energy imports. The yen is down 5% on the dollar in March and it made a six-year low of 121.41 in the Asia session. [FRX/] Higher yielders, among major currencies, have been beneficiaries and the Aussie and New Zealand dollars have hit their strongest levels on the dollar since last November. [AUD/] Both held near those peaks with the Aussie kiwi $0.6956 late in the Asia session. The euro held at $1.1036. Commodity markets have been kept on edge by anticipated supply disruptions from war in Ukraine and were firm against a lack of tangible progress toward peace. Oil steadied at lofty heights, with Brent crude futures up 1% at $116.67 a barrel and U.S. crude up 1% to $110.34. [O/R] Grain prices remained supported by supply concerns, especially for delivery later in the year. [GRA/] "Those gains are a sign that the market is setting itself to be without much Black Sea supply well into season 2022," said Tobin Gorey, an agriculture commodity strategist at Commonwealth Bank of Australia (OTC:CMWAY) in Sydney.
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+70% -60% -10% -60% and back to flat > @Benlax said: just bought an AMZN Jan 23 3225c for 441 in the family acct lol
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VIX on CF. i JUST CHECKED vix since 1st jan TO YESTERDAY. iTS ABOUT 62% calls ...... yesterdays trade was 83% calls. People buying a bit of protection and some big one afterhours following the rally. Havent done enough analysis to see if that is a statiscally significant but interesting nonetheless
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**Trading Records - Since September 2021** These are Trade Calls (T/C) made in the room in real-time and can be verified by room mates. Sep - 92 T/C 75 wins 17 lose 81.50 % win rate Oct - 51 T/C 40 wins 11 lose 78.40 % win rate Nov - 110 T/C 85 wins 25 lose 77.27 % win rate Dec - 62 T/C 48 wins 14 lose 77.41 % win rate Jan - 131 T/C 103 wins 28 lose 78.62% win rate Feb - 58 T/C 48 wins 10 lose 82.70% win rate Mar - 113 T/C 84 wins 29 lose 74.33% win rate Apr - 99 T/C 57 wins 42 lose 57.58% win rate May - current month Average trade win rate since September 75.98%
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I think it will recover all lost gains since Jan 4th by tomorrow
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Interesting just before we collapsed on 21st Jan i think it was...remember i pointed out a 5 mill trade in SH ....WITHIN 10 MINS WE WERE ON A 400 POINT SLIDE IN spx. In about 2 days. Well today we had 2.5 mill SH trade just before we took that big dip...i wonder if its good for 200 points in a few days?
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haha I've been farming stables and shorting alts since Jan
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i moved to Austin last year in Jan/Feb, decided I wanted to see how much I liked it before looking to buy, lol. that was an expensive mistake ($200K+) but, alas, what can ya do.
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(Bloomberg) -- Trump White House senior advisor Stephen Miller sued the House Jan. 6 committee to block a subpoena of his parents’ T-Mobile family plan which provides him with a number.
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paid 3.30 for URA 25-40 Spread to jan see how it goes hopefully get a 5-1 pay out
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When Arthur and I decided to ice-break swing trades in Jan-2022 , I was a bit intrigued . I wanted to explore the universal system scales before , but I had decided to wait for an action project to pass the demand . Also had in mind the exploration for after account growth with the 110 point scale . With our current scale , and 3 other archived strategies , we do not need to explore deeper into the system . I do believe that it is possible to further refine the FX-UST . But , all about timing into the market , not modification of set numbers . I really liked my early market drive this morning . Even though I was a bit tired and heavy on errands , the price pattern had a very vivid feel in looks . As if there was nothing else to look into , I know what that means . That we can drive , a drive that my previous system can not provide , because in 8 hours to 110 points or more there may be pressure on time , if you have 3 active entries running . The attention level on the monitor is high , and I do not like to feel pressurize . There is really no pressure with FX-UST , there is plenty of time to think , and at least a few hours to determine if a trade should close , be protected , or trail it . Looks like we have a content analyst 🧭 . I was expecting to get my scales a bit upgraded , just had no true set time as to when . Thanks to the team members here for pushing . The most amazing thing is that I created the 110 point system with 40% to 50% per month return as the target . But it could take 5 to 7 tadesto erase a stop loss . Even though the wining percentage is high , I don't like this . With FX-UST we can erase a stop loss in one single trade or two , 3 at most . Even more important , at 8% risk per entry , and in 10 trades in one week we can make 40% return on any number . Give it a few more days and a few more trades , and in 10 working days we can have a solid 50% return on the account . So the original target doubled to 100% to 120% per month . The execution is to use the 110 point strat as a day entertainer , with a target of 20% at end of month . Passing very safe numbers . And , using FX-UST as a hammer and target 60% per month . After running 10 days of successful trading , reasonable to modify these targets to 30 and 90% respectively . This will pass our portfolio total account protection , by aiming for a 50% monthly return on the first half of each month , and them using those half profits to hit around 75 to 100% at end of the same month . Truly a utility .
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> *US Jan Consumer Credit Increased $6.8B
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ROUBLE Concerns the war and higher energy prices could slow the global economy mean investors are now questioning how far and fast the likes of the U.S. Federal Reserve are likely to hike interest rates in the coming months. Benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury yields were down near 1.7% as U.S. trading gathered momentum having been over 2% less than two weeks ago [GVD/EUR], while those German Bunds were back in negative territory and the euro was down 0.5% as bets on an ECB hike this year withered. [FRX/] February PMI Data had shown momentum in euro zone manufacturing growth had already waned slightly last month, although it was still relatively strong and firms said supply chain constraints had eased. "It seems that the markets have started to reassess the monetary policy outlook," said Jan von Gerich, chief strategist at Nordea. Russia's rouble appeared to be stabilising somewhat after plunging as much as 30% to a record 120 per dollar after Western countries had slapped Russia with the most far-reaching sanctions ever placed on such an interconnected global economy. Those measures include cutting Russia's top banks from the SWIFT international financial network and sanctioning its central bank in a bid to limit Moscow's ability to deploy its $630 billion of foreign reserves. Russia responded on Tuesday by temporarily stopping foreign investors from selling Russian assets to ensure they take a "considered decision" Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said. Russia's huge sovereign wealth fund will also be pressed into action, spending up to 1 trillion roubles ($10.3 billion) to buy shares in Russian companies, a source close to the government told Reuters. Sanctions though mean that the big global banks are now reluctant to trade with Russian banks and vice versa, which means there are now effectively two different rouble currency markets - one in Russia and one internationally. Traders in London were quoting the rouble at between 101 and 105 per dollar, although it had been around 94 per dollar according to some local market prices. More broadly, currency market volatility is at its highest since late 2020, as measured by a Deutsche Bank (DE:DBKGn) index and the rouble is down almost 30% from its best levels this year. "Today, the focus will be on whether sanctions/retaliation will start impacting the commodity flows from Russia, and whether (Russia's central bank) will step in with more measures to support the rouble," ING FX analysts wrote in a note to clients. Trading in Russian stocks remains suspended on the Moscow Exchange and Russian sovereign and corporate bond prices were not showing on some trading platforms. JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM)'s widely tracked GBI-EM Global Diversified index did still include Russia's rouble-denominated bonds although Monday's market plunge had slashed their so-called weighting in the index. Foreign investors held $20 billion of Russia’s dollar- and rouble-denominated government debt at the end of last year according to Russian central bank data while they own just over $85 billion worth of equities according to the Moscow Exchange. "A lot of the (global) price action is a function of uncertainty." said Madison Faller at JPmorgan Private Bank. (Additional Reporting by Sujata Rao in London; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama and Bernadette Baum)
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103% for JAN 2023 lol
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the start in USA... in china its well underway... property sales down 43% IN jAN yoy
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Q's bounced off jan lows so far
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US 1-YEAR CONSUMER INFLATION RATE EXPECTATIONS 7.0 PCT IN FEB VS JAN 6.8 PCT - CONFERENCE BOARD
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just your average jan and feb
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Feb and Jan was killed or missing in action
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