Dollar Spikes Most In Over A Year, But...

Strong 'headline' earnings growth (despite all the caveats) has sparked a hawkish tilt to trading sending bond yields higher and spiking the dollar index by the most since Jan 2017.

There's just one thing though...

The 0.9% spike in the dollar index is the most since January 18th 2017 and sounds impressive, but for a trader, it appears the spike is for fading as it hits the Trump Rescue highs and rolls over...

So the strongest wage growth in years merely enabled machines to run some stops before the trend lower continues?