Podcast: Yield pop elicits complacent shrug from equities
Saxo Market Call
Summary: Today we note the surprisingly complacent shrug in the US equity market, particularly in the most speculative sectors, despite a significant pop in treasury yields as a trio of Fed officials made it clear that they are at odds with the market adjusting Fed policy expectations lower for next year. We also look at gold rolling over and what it will take to excite a new significant rally in the precious metal. We note China's reaction to House Speaker Pelosi's visit to Taiwan and round up key equity stories, including Caterpillar's results and guidance and look at the earnings and macro data calendar for the rest of the week. Today's pod features Peter Garnry on equities and John J. Hardy hosting and on FX.
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