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Today we look at yesterday's painfully hot US CPI inflation readings and the reactions across markets, as traders rushed to price in a faster pace of Fed lift-off next year, generally sold US Treasuries and risky assets and snapped up the US dollar. But the most important move yesterday was in gold, which ripped through major resistance and was up across the board as real yields dropped further on the US inflation data - making the most interesting macro statement of the moment. Also, we look at key equity stories for the day ahead, run down the US, EU and UK sovereign yields and more on today's pod, which features Peter Garnry on equities, Althea Spinozzi on fixed income and John J. Hardy hosting and on FX.
Intro and outro music by AShamaluevMusic
Volatility kicks into gear during historic Nasdaq 100 session
It is not capitulation yet as markets remain nervous
US technology stocks enter correction territory
Inflationary pressures continue to add havoc to equities
Nasdaq 100 is hitting inflection point as US interest rates spike
The cooker pressure is on amid higher oil prices and US interest rates
The tug of war between interest rates and growth
Market cross-currents are intensifying.
Big dollar breaks down after latest cycle high in US CPI
Mean reversion, check. Now what?
Turnaround Monday as sentiment makes a stand
Entire US yield curve lifting and geopolitical nerves weighing
December US jobs report today, earnings season next week
Hawkish Fed has the market in its talons
In the great EV battle, a graveyard of casualties awaits
US yields surge on first trading day of 2022
Looking for a very different year ahead in 2022
Thanks for a fantastic 2021! (And some cautious notes on markets in 2022)
Crude oil and US dollar setup ahead of the New Year
Equities aboard Santa’s sleigh, but yield curve predicting storm ahead?
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