Watch peripheral bonds -- I'm sure this "just in" is coincidental
"The European Central Bank said it will reduce the risk premium on Greek collateral submitted by banks, while denying it’s acting in response to market turmoil.
“The decision foresees that the current haircuts are lowered, in view of the overall improved market conditions for Greek government-related assets since 2013,” an ECB spokesperson said in an e-mailed statement today. “The decision should by no means be viewed as an ad-hoc reaction to the most-recent market stress.”
Greek bonds have plunged and yields have surged this week amid a global market slump and concern the government won’t be able to fund itself adequately if it sticks to plans for an early exit from an international bailout program. The change in collateral policy for government and government-guaranteed debt eases access to liquidity for Greek lenders."
10 day countdown to AQR
GVI Forex john 15:07:02 GMT - 10/16/2014
10-yr 2.124% We opened very early yesterday in Europe at 2.18%. Yesterday LOD ~1.850%.
GVI Forex john 14:23:06 GMT - 10/16/2014
GVI Forex john 13:03:25 GMT - 10/16/2014
GVI Forex john 11:08:21 GMT - 10/16/2014
fwiw S&P 200-day avg 1902.
Mtl JP 09:50:21 GMT - 10/16/2014
john 09:42 please tell me that you are not expect-o-hoping Yellen to save your trade
Mtl JP 09:46:36 GMT - 10/16/2014
SnP sub 200ma , unless arrested from puking soon (ebola-like symptoms: headache, internal bleeding, diarrhea..) , risks an initial 25% heave.
GVI Forex john 09:42:22 GMT - 10/16/2014
Its all about the "fear trade" in stocks. First equities have to get through today, then tomorrow will see pre-weekend caution.
Will Yellen have something soothing to say tomorrow?
GVI Forex john 09:28:21 GMT - 10/16/2014
DJIA, S&P and NASDAQ futures are now all pointing lower.
DAX is now negative as well.
GVI Forex john 08:48:45 GMT - 10/16/2014
Current Market Conditions:
Markets remain in a RISK-OFF posture following the sharp sell-off
in U.S. equities yesterday following a number of items that by
themselves should not have triggered such a violent response.. Far
East equities closed mostly lower today. Bourses
in Europe are mostly weaker. U.S. share futures are higher, but
confidence is still shaky.
In overseas activity, trade in the U.S. 10-yr remains volatile. The
plummet in the yield yesterday was particularly troubling for many for
what it implied. It is currently yielding 2.081%. 10-yr yields in the
bund and gilts remain remarkably low as well today. Peripheral bond
yields are higher. The sharp spike higher in. Greek yields
this week has not gotten much play, but is worth watching.
The heat map color scheme
of interest rates reflects yields.
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