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A week marked by seesaw price action ended with a spirited push higher for the US Dollar. The rally was especially notable in that it occurred without an obvious fundamental catalyst. The week’s top data point of interest was February’s CPI print.
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Marko Kolanovic has a new note out and it’s great. For the past couple of years, Kolanovic’s research was hijacked by the doomsday crowd as part of its ongoing attempt to justify a bearish lean that has been decisively wrong for a solid decade.
Article By: Tyler Durden
Having bounced out of the "mystery dip-buyer" zone below $8,000, Bitcoin is back below it this afternoon, erasing Friday's spike.
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Article By: Zacks Investment Research
The massive changes that took place in the past year and those that are well underway could actually help the banking industry enter a new golden age. Thus, the prospects for bank stocks look bright.
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Article By: DailyFX
While we remain neutral on Sterling at this current point, GBP may be in for a rocky ride next week with market moving data points including inflation, jobs and wages as well as the latest monetary policy announcement from the Bank of England.
Article By: John Rubino
So many patterns that have held for decades seem to have broken down. The latest example is the relationship between corporate debt and default rates on that debt. So has the correlation between corporate debt and defaults been broken for good?
Article By: TheoTrade
The overall economy looks like it will probably have a setback in the first half of the year if you follow the ECRI index and the Atlanta Fed GDP model. The weakness is being caused by the consumer, not manufacturing.
Article By: Sterling Raskie
We tend to give volatility a bad rap – and rightfully so. Generally, the word is thrown at us during periods of when the market, and our investments, lose value. Volatility, however, works both ways.
Article By: Equitymaster India
Sentiments in the global financial markets remained mixed even as persistent worries about a global trade war, particularly between the US and China, kept Asian markets on the edge. The Chinese index was down 1.1% in the week gone by.
Article By: DailyFX
Despite trade well below the January 25 peak of $66.58/bbl, WTI appears poised for further gains. This week, traders were treated to two favorable fundamental developments that crude oil trading and closing above the $60/bbl mark.


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