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The Currencies Gauging the Crisis
The Australian dollar is among the currencies that have dramatically recovered since the start of global lockdowns. The Japanese yen, often considered a safe haven, has flattened as the global economic picture improves.
Market Movers: Black Sea Region
30 Years of The Two-Year Note
Striking Options: Gold & Tech Rally
Can Lower Rates Help Russia Recover?
Market Movers: Equity Volatility & Yield Curve
The Market for Cheese Has Changed in 2020
Striking Options: U.S. Stocks Soar & FOMC Meets
Asia is Driving Copper Trading
What Makes The Mexican Peso Important?
Market of the Week: Gold Bulls and Global Risk
Striking Options: Equities Surge and Dollar Weakness
As ESG Investment Grows, an Asset Manager Looks to Futures
New ESG futures around the S&P 500 help Swedbank Robur meet its ESG commitment to clients. Investors are demanding greater transparency around funds, as the industry seeks sustainability standards.
Will Copper Regain Pre-Coronavirus Levels?
Why Small Caps Lag In This Economic Downturn
Prior to COVID-19, lower rates from the Fed should have created an optimal opportunity for the Russell 2000 to outpace large cap indices. The Russell 2000 flashed warning signs of an economic pullback throughout 2019.
Striking Options: Tech Stocks and Dr. Copper
Why Uranium Markets Are Gaining Interest
Striking Options: Small Caps and Silver Bulls
European Repo Demonstrates Its Resilience
Striking Options: The Week of Tech and Central Banks
Striking Options: Earnings & Small-Cap Stocks
After Price Wars and a Pandemic, What’s Next For U.S. Shale?
Market of the Week: Small Cap Stocks
Crude Oil Options Are Predicting Lasting Volatility
A Global Pandemic Reflected in Economic Data
Q2 reports on consumer spending, GDP will be the first real signs of the coronavirus economic toll. Upcoming Q1 earnings will not tell the entire story due to a strong period to begin the year.