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Blue Line Futures

March 31, 2020

Morning Express: March 31, 2020

U.S benchmarks surged higher yesterday and into today’s quarter-end. A largely accepted catalyst for the strength that began last week was quarterly rebalancing.

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Blue Line Futures

March 26, 2020

Grain Express: March 26, 2020

May corn continue to grind higher yesterday, despite news that two more ethanol plants will be closing, due to negative margins. Export sales this morning came in at a whopping 1,814,300 for old crop corn, 81% above the 4-week average.

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The Hammerstone Group

March 26, 2020

Early Look: Thursday, March 26, 2020

Stock futures in the U.S. are pointing to a lower open as investors prepare for a historic release of weekly jobless claims which are expected at 8:30 AM. The Department of Labor last week reported the number of first-time filings for unemployment insurance spiked by 70,000 to a two-year high of 281,000.

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Global X ETFs

March 25, 2020

MLP Monthly Report: March 2020

The March MLP Monthly can be found here offering insights on MLP industry news, the asset class’s performance, yields, valuations, and fundamental drivers.

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KraneShares Advisors

March 24, 2020

Markets Surge on Fed’s Decisive Action

Asian equities cheered the Fed’s decisive action to shore up the financial system’s plumbing and particularly the fixed income market by buying bonds. The general feeling among brokers yesterday mid-afternoon was that Congress is fiddling while the US economy burns.

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Blue Line Futures

March 24, 2020

Grain Express: March 24, 2020

Corn futures traded in a relatively tight range yesterday as the market tries to catch its breath. Does that mean the bottom is in? No. The technical failures and tails left on the chart from Thursday and Friday are still concerning.

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Blue Line Futures

March 23, 2020

Morning Express: March 23, 2020

U.S benchmarks finished Friday on a very ugly note, settling below the December 2018 low, and kicked off this week by gapping lower. The S&P traded to the lowest level since the week after President Trump’s 2016 election.

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Blue Line Futures

March 19, 2020

Morning Express: March 19, 2020

Last week, we began saying ‘this is the panic’. Through Friday, the S&P responded to the first test of the December 2018 low by gaining as much as much as 13%. Yesterday, the S&P took out that low, but did not close below it. It has become evident since Monday that the panic is still playing out and we voiced here yesterday that we expected the market to break below 2300.

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