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VIX Tumbles, S&P Futures, Global Stocks Rebound Sharply As Korea Fears Fade

Global stocks and S&P futures rebounded sharply on Monday as tensions over an imminent conflict with Pyongyang receded after U.S. officials played down the likelihood of a nuclear conflict with North Korea, recovering from fears of a U.S.-North Korea nuclear standoff drove them to the biggest weekly losses of 2017, while the dollar too rose off four-month lows it had hit against the yen.

How To Prepare For Another Market Face-Pounding

"...the late-1990s term Goldilocks is again being used to describe why the slow growth, low unemployment, economy is good for stocks. Apparently, if an economy is not-too-cold, but not-too-hot, stocks can go up lots and lots."

Bezos Falls To 3rd Spot Among World's Richest

How fast the fortunes of the world's richest shift: just two weeks ago, when AMZN hit its all time high on July 27, its CEO Jeff Bezos briefly surpassed Bill Gates as the world's richest man for the first time ever, Just two weeks later, Bezos has dropped to 3rd spot after the recent market rout wiped out nearly $10 billion of his net worth.

Global Market Rout Spreads: VIX Marches Higher As China Stocks, Currency Plunge

The global rout resulting from tensions over the North Korean nuclear standoff continued on Friday following a third day of escalating verbal exchanges between Trump and Kim, with European and Asian shares tumbling as volatility across the globe spiked, with the selloff in US futures continuing albeit at a more modest pace.

The Next Market Crash Will Not Be Televised

"In the end, just like 1987, 1998, and 2008, the taxpayer will end up holding the bag. They will never see the crash coming... and modern television will cover it much like they did in 2007 and 2008: After the financial nuclear bomb has already gone off."

Strong 30Y Auction Stops At Lowest Yield Since October, 2nd Highest Indirects On Record

In a mirror image of yesterday's ugly, tailing 10Y auction, moments ago the Treasury sold the last batch of paper for this week, when it auctioned off $15 billion in 30Y bonds, in a strong sale which printed at 2.818%, stopping through the When Issued 2.819%, the lowest yield for the tenor going all the way back to October 2016 as the curve has aggressively flattened since then.

Nasdaq Tumbles Below Key Technical Support

The brief respite bounce after Europe closed has failed and US equity markets are tumbling once again. S&P is near its 50-day moving average and Nasdaq just broke below its 50-day moving-average for the first time in over a month...

World Markets Slide Spooked By Latest N.Korea Statement; Dollar, Gold, Oil Jump

European and Asian market and S&P futures have resumed their slide, as geopolitical tensions between North Korea and the U.S. spiked again overnight after Pyongyang responded to the latest set of warnings by Trump, revealing a plan to fire 4 ballistic missiles at Guam by mid-August. Gold gains for a third day while Brent rose above $53.