Macro Digest: Reaching critical levels in the BTP 10-year yield
Chief Investment Officer
My friend Andrew Baptiste of Tag618.com, whom I rank among the top three technical analysts in the world, tells me that 2.42–2.45% is the last line of defense in the Italian BTP 10-year yield...
...and we are trading at that level now.
We still recommend my earlier EURCHF short as the best proxy trade here.
We see both the euro (weaker on Italy and Turkey) and CHF (stronger on an explosive industrial production print and a falling balance sheet) working here, and USDCHF is a big sell from a purchasing power parity perspective.
Below we can see an excellent chart from investment research firm GaveKal; we are looking at it now and will put on a new, separate trade if it is triggered.
Let's also take a look at the generic Italian bond curve as well as the weekly bar chart Baptiste sent to me last week:
How worried should we be about an Italian debt crisis? (PIIE.com).
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