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SocGen Thinks Emerging Markets Are Breaking Down: Here's Why

As SocGen notes on Monday, much of the recent EM weakness has stemmed from a sell-off in companies with the poorest balance sheets. These typically lower quality stocks had been performing strongly for most of this year, having at one stage been up by 30%, ytd but have now fallen 8% in a month.

Get Out Now: SocGen Predicts Market Crash, Bear Market For The S&P

With little stock upside left, with the threat of rising interest rates slamming P/E multiples, with the economy in deep in late cycle, with equities trading at record valuations, with everyone short vol and just begging for a vol short squeeze, SocGen's advice is simple: get out now.

Asian Stocks Smash Records; Dollar Slides As Crude Surges To July 2015 Highs

Global shares hit another record high on Wednesday, propelled higher by what increasingly more call (ir)rational exuberance, and investors’ unflagging enthusiasm for tech stocks, even as the yield curve continued to flatten. Meanwhile, oil jumped to 2.5 year highs pressuring yields as the dollar slid to a one month low.

SocGen On China's Slowdown In The Making

China’s activity growth decelerated more than expected in October for the most part, while inflation surprised on the upside. Supply constraints imposed by the air pollution reduction programme clearly played a role, while demand slowdown emerged only a little. However, the seeds have been sown for a full-fledged growth slowdown in 2018.