Dollar and copper may obscure PMI signals

Update on health of global industrial base could be hard to read

Lack of trader pain in oil’s steady rise

Speculators have biggest bullish position in US crude since July 2014

More yen weakness ahead, says Goldman

US bank says BoJ will have to stay dovish to help revive economy

Caution but no red signals for bull market

Speculative excess is lacking 12 months on from S&P 500 high

Pound vulnerable against Canada’s dollar

Potential rich pickings for the Loonie around central bank decision

Periphery bond market ‘too pessimistic’

Spreads of Italian and Spanish government debt ‘attractive’

China and a fast Fed top list of worries

Keeping track of bearish signals in recent market corrections

Warren Buffett and George Soros
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Buffett and Soros can both be right

Berkshire buys Apple while SFM shorts US stocks

Consumers help dollar to a two-week high

Inflows, trade balance, corporate hedging and oil help fuel rally

Treasury yields threaten to break lower

Fragile US retail sales report may push more government debt buying

Oil may be finding an equilibrium

WTI’s recent 10% trading price range borders on somnambulant

Techs and financials will need to lead

If rally is to continue underperforming sectors must step forward

Inflation data could lift Sweden’s krona

Analysts back currency against the euro

US jobs are ‘back in markets spotlight’

Fed still really cares about these numbers, argues Citi, so the market should too

Will the dollar-from-down-under bounce?

The Reserve Bank of Australia’s surprise rate cut ensured the Aussie dollar received a battering

Buy the beneficiaries of fiscal stimulus

Rising defence and healthcare stocks remain well-placed

The currency correlations that matter

Yen’s surge contributes to tremors across asset classes from commodities to S&P futures

‘Golden cross’ gives S&P bulls fresh hope

Since this last technical gauge of momentum happened, stock market is up about 75%

Beware bond market anomalies

Credit Suisse warns low yields are out of step with growth outlook

Central banks back at front and centre

Fed and BoJ meetings loom with stocks near year-highs

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