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Morning Brew February 14 2022

Morning Brew 1 minute to read
Erik Schafhauser

Senior Relationship Manager

Summary:  Markets Nervous on Ukraine


Good Morning,

Coming back from a week of skiing markets certainly look interesting. As of late Friday, where the US warned of an imminent Russian attack and Indexes dropped sharply. The Dow lost -1.43%, the S&P 500 -1.90% and the Nasdaq -2.78%. Nvidia, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft were the biggest weights on the S&P 500. The Dax Future is 1.7% below the Friday Dax close at 17:30 and the biggest loser of the day, delivery Hero remains under pressure and should open at app.40.

The US Dollar as well as Gold and Silver jumped higher and US 10 Year Yields declined sharply to 1.95 after having risen to above 2%. The Bund Future gains almost 1% over the weekend.  EURUSD  fell to 1.1345 from above Gold closed the week above the upper line of the wedge formation is has been trading in, Silver rises to 23.60.

Oil hit the highest level in 7 years, Brent gains 1.2% and WTI 1.5%.

Bitcoin was under pressure along with the Nasdaq and did not function as safe haven in traders eyes. We are currently trading at 42k.

David Rosenthal, a co-founder of Nvidia posted a blog on Crypto assets that went viral on social media: https://blog.dshr.org/2022/02/ee380-talk.html

Today there is little on the economic agenda, all eyes will be on Ukraine and various efforts to calm the situation. There is a closed fed meeting in the US today and the rumor f a mid-point rate hike has been making the round, that would be a serious undertaking. Mary Daly discarded the need for an unscheduled rate hike yesterday.

Please remain cautious in your positioning as there can be sharp moves at any point in time given the tension in Ukraine.

 

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