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تاریخ: شنبه 15 خرداد 1389 ساعت: 12:36 بازدید: 98 نویسنده: صادق حكيمي

Risk sentiment and markets stabilizing; rebound potential

Commentary
Brian Dolan, Chief Currency Strategist
Jane Foley, UK Research Director

(N.B.: Monday May 31 is a holiday in the UK and US. Market liquidity is likely to be lower and volatility may be higher as a consequence.)

Global stock markets appeared to stabilize in the past week on signs that the recent sell-off was extreme and that the global recovery was continuing. The MSCI World index managed to rebound slightly after falling to new lows for the decline, generating a sizeable 'hammer' pattern on weekly candlestick charts, a potential bullish reversal indicator. The S&P 500 also saw a sharp rebound from the significant 1040/45 level, potentially putting in a key price low. Other risk assets recovered more convincingly, such as the CRB commodity index, which held the prior week's lows and closed up about 1.5%. US Treasury yields also gained on the week in another sign that demand for safe haven assets was beginning to ebb. In currencies, the JPY-crosses (e.g. AUD/JPY, CAD/JPY) mostly held above recent lows and posted gains for the week, the exception being EUR/JPY. Gold prices also saw some bounce after a week of vicious liquidations and regained the $1200 level.

We think there is further potential for risk assets to recover in coming weeks, though there are certainly many different headwinds. Overall, the credit crisis in Europe appears to be receding, with some slight declines toward the end of the week in sovereign debt credit default swaps (CDS), a measure of the risk of default. To be sure, concerns over the health of European private sector banks remain, and this is the most likely source of further risk aversion in the near-term. But as long as credit markets continue to calm down, investors desperate for returns are most likely to return and buoy risk assets. We think it's significant that Chinese officials immediately squelched speculation they were abandoning Europe and suggests intense global coordination to stem the latest financial sector crisis. Also, as a contrarian indicator, investors holding bearish outlooks over the next six months outnumbered bullish views by 21%, the highest split since Nov. 2009. We would also look at the likely...  Full text »
Commentary
Brian Dolan, Chief Currency Strategist
Jane Foley, UK Research Director

(N.B.: Monday May 31 is a holiday in the UK and US. Market liquidity is likely to be lower and volatility may be higher as a consequence.)

Global stock markets appeared to stabilize in the past week on signs that the recent sell-off was extreme and that the global recovery was continuing. The MSCI World index managed to rebound slightly after falling to new lows for the decline, generating a sizeable 'hammer' pattern on weekly candlestick charts, a potential bullish reversal indicator. The S&P 500 also saw a sharp rebound from the significant 1040/45 level, potentially putting in a key price low. Other risk assets recovered more convincingly, such as the CRB commodity index, which held the prior week's lows and closed up about 1.5%. US Treasury yields also gained on the week in another sign that demand for safe haven assets was beginning to ebb. In currencies, the JPY-crosses (e.g. AUD/JPY, CAD/JPY) mostly held above recent lows and posted gains for the week, the exception being EUR/JPY. Gold prices also saw some bounce after a week of vicious liquidations and regained the $1200 level.

We think there is further potential for risk assets to recover in coming weeks, though there are certainly many different headwinds. Overall, the credit crisis in Europe appears to be receding, with some slight declines toward the end of the week in sovereign debt credit default swaps (CDS), a measure of the risk of default. To be sure, concerns over the health of European private sector banks remain, and this is the most likely source of further risk aversion in the near-term. But as long as credit markets continue to calm down, investors desperate for returns are most likely to return and buoy risk assets. We think it's significant that Chinese officials immediately squelched speculation they were abandoning Europe and suggests intense global coordination to stem the latest financial sector crisis. Also, as a contrarian indicator, investors holding bearish outlooks over the next six months outnumbered bullish views by 21%, the highest split since Nov. 2009. We would also look at the likely...  Full text »
Risk sentiment and markets stabilizing; rebound potential

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تاریخ: شنبه 15 خرداد 1389 ساعت: 04:00 بازدید: 91 نویسنده: صادق حكيمي
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تاریخ: شنبه 15 خرداد 1389 ساعت: 02:56 بازدید: 85 نویسنده: صادق حكيمي

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تاریخ: شنبه 15 خرداد 1389 ساعت: 02:44 بازدید: 88 نویسنده: صادق حكيمي

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