Stocks And Bonds Disagree With "Reportedly Dovish" Statement, Dollar Spikes

Tyler Durden's picture

While the talking heads are desparate to maintain the myth that this statement is dovish, the fact is, the flow of free money from the Fed is slowing and confusion of the outlooks for growth (and more Fed member see rate hikes in 2015) means Yellen's dovishness is being questioned aggressively by the bond and stock markets. The S&P 500 fell 12 points. Treasuries are getting clubbed with major short-dated selling (and bear-flattening). The dollar is surging and gold is down modestly.