With a mass of individual factors coming together to hurt the global outlook, Bill Hubbard discusses the implications of the stock market sell off as volatility rises and traders cycle into bonds.
- A major divergence between safe-haven bonds and peripheral yields on Eurozone growth fears and as US retail sales disappointed
- Has the recent losses presented a buying opportunity or should traders wait for more of a rebound to be ‘on solid ground’?
- With several Federal Reserve speakers ahead of the October meeting, the markets will be looking for their opinions to indicate possible direction
- The slump in crude oil prices may continue as Saudi Arabia takes a more global view, but the declines may soon call into question the viability of US fracking
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