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RANsquawk - Weekly Wrap - 24th April 2015





 
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RANsquawk - Week Ahead - 20th April 2015





 
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RANsquawk Weekly Wrap - 17th April 2015





 
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RANsquawk Preview: ECB Meeting - 15th April 2015





 
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RANsquawk - Week Ahead - 13th April 2015





 
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RANsquawk - Weekly Wrap - 10th April 2015





 
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RANsquawk preview: UK General Election 2015





 
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RANsquawk Week Ahead - 6th April 2015





 
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Stock Futures Keep Losses, Gold Near Highs After Worst Jobs Report Since 2013





As market participants slowly make their way back to trading desks around the post-Easter world, and especially the US where a truncated session on Friday morning ended in tears for anyone hoping for a 2015 US recovery following an abysmal March nonfarm payrolls print, they find that unlike on previous occasions, the equity futures liftathon is nowhere to be found this morning, with the S&P set to resume trading in the red for 2015. Away from Greece, whose future remains in limbo, the biggest development over the holiday weekend was a Goldman note in which the central-bank friendly firm said that "the right policy would be to put hikes on hold for now."

 
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RANsquawk Preview: Nonfarm Payrolls 3rd April 2015





 
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RANsquawk - Week Ahead - 30th March 2015





 
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RANsquawk - Weekly Wrap - 27th March 2015





 
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Futures Wipe Out Early Gains In Volatile Session As Dollar Resumes Climb; Oil Slides





After a few days of dollar weakness due to concerns that the Fed's rate hike intentions have been derailed following some undisputedly ugly economic data (perhaps the Fed should just make it clear there will never be rate hikes during the winter ever again) the USD has resumed its rise, and as a result risk assets, after surging early in the overnight session driven by the Nikkei225 and the Emini, the "strong dollar is bad for risk" trade has re-emerged, with the Nikkei dropping almost 500 points off its intraday highs, with US equity futures poised to open lower once more, sliding nearly 20 points in the overnight session, and surprising the BTFDers who have not seen five consecutive days of "risk-off" in a long time.

 
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Without Buyback Back Up, Futures Fail To Find Fizzle





After three days of unexpected market weakness without an apparent cause, especially since after 7 years of conditioning, the algos have been habituated to buy on both good and bad news, overnight futures are getting weary, and futures are barely up, at least before this morning's transitory FX-driven stop hunt higher. Whether this is due to the previously noted "blackout period" for stock buybacks which started a few days ago and continues until the first week of May is unclear, but should the recent "dramatic" stock weakness persist, expect Bullard to once again flip flop and suggesting it is clearly time to hike rates, as long as the S&P does not drop more than 5%. In that case, QE4 is clearly warranted.

 
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