Dollar Dumps To 5-Month Lows As Stocks, Bonds Jump On Fed Fold

The fed officially capitulated...

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...removing any expectations for rate changes until the end of 2020 at the earliest...

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Which sparked initial weakness in the dollar, dumping it to 5-month lows

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But when Powell admitted he would consider bond purchases (not just Bill purchases), the dollar and Treasury yields tumbled...

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Stocks were broadly higher on the day (though Small Caps lagged)...

The S&P dived briefly in the last few minutes on Navarro comments but bounced off vwap...

Treasury yields tumbled across the entire curve by 4-5bps (the belly was a modest outperformer)...

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And the yield curve is tumbling...

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Today was the biggest drop in the dollar in two months, down 8 of the last 9 days...

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Cable roundtripped yesterday's "Johnson might not win by a mile" fears, as the latest polls suggested that he will...

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With the most hedging since the Referendum vote...

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Yuan also roundtripped on the day, despite more

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Cryptos continue to limp lower...

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Copper continued its charge higher today, crude was weaker as PMs gained on a weak dollar and Fed promises...

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Oil prices tumbled after last night's API and this morning's DOE data showed a surprise crude build (but the machines bought the F'ing dip...

Silver soared back today as the dollar skidded - erasing a large part of the payrolls panic puke...

And gold did run the stops above the payroll sprint before fading back...

And gold in yuan erased the payrolls plunge...

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So, summing it all up - it seems Powell and his merry men (and women... and any non-binary members of the FOMC) are not all-seeing... and we will have to 3wacth the 'turn' repo rate to see if they really can hold this shitshow together through year-end...

Oh and about that Aramco IPO - remember the last time a massive sovereign energy firm went public at over a trillion dollars...

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