The Sevens Report is the daily market cheat sheet our subscribers use to keep up on markets, seize opportunities, avoid risks and get more assets. The pound was the big mover on Tuesday as it surged 2.2% following PM May’s call for elections in June. (As a bit of background, May calling for snap elections […]
https://sevensreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/canstockphoto4407100.jpg10671600Tom Essayehttps://sevensreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/sevens-report-research-logo.pngTom Essaye2017-04-19 07:27:032017-04-19 07:27:03Are British Elections a Bullish Gamechanger for the Pound? April 19, 2017
Last Week in Economics – 4.10.17 The two important economic numbers came out Friday when markets were closed, so they didn’t receive much attention, although they should have. Both numbers (CPI and Retail Sales) further eroded the reflation trade thesis and will increase worries the economy is losing momentum. Starting with retail sales, the headline […]
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Did Trump Just Kill The Reflation Trade? An excerpt from today’s Sevens Report. President Trump, in an interview with the WSJ yesterday, appeared to change his policy on the Fed and interest rates. Specifically, Trump said he thought the dollar was getting too strong, that he favored a low interest rate policy, and he was […]
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Copper futures, which are often looked at as a gauge of economic growth expectations or a leading indicator for a growth-speculation rallies in stocks, broke down to fresh three month lows yesterday. The technical violation is a clear warning sign for risk assets in the near term.
Geopolitical risk has reared its head over the past week, but while the potential military showdowns in Syria or North Korea are the focus of the media headlines, in reality these events aren’t so much direct risks on stocks as they are a reminder of just how priced to perfection the stock market is right […]