Tag: U.S. Dollar

Corporate Beige Book: Upbeat As Expected

Corporate Beige Book: Upbeat As Expected

Key Takeaways Based on the Corporate Beige Book Barometer, companies remained generally upbeat during the second quarter earnings season. The number of mentions of the Trump administration in earnings conference calls has dropped substantially over the past two quarters. The […]

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Talking To Myself

This month’s MarketCycle’s Musings is merely me ‘talking to myself.’ 1)  Where are we in the market cycle? Baupost Letter Points To Concern Over Risk Parity, Systematic Strategies During Crisis Undervaluation Is As Bad As Overvaluation Do Something Do Nothing […]

38 Incredible Facts On The Modern U.S. Dollar

38 Incredible Facts On The Modern U.S. Dollar

The Money Project is an ongoing collaboration between Visual Capitalist and Texas Precious Metals that seeks to use intuitive visualizations to explore the origins, nature, and use of money. We’ve previously showed you 31 Fascinating Facts About the Dollar’s Early […]

Clouds On The Horizon: Range Chart Update

Clouds On The Horizon: Range Chart Update

On March 10, 2017, 720Global introduced the Trump Range Chart. Developed to see several different markets on one page, this unique chart provides a composite perspective of many instruments at once. Given the large post-election market gyrations across many asset […]

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The Fed’s Caution Is A Boost For Gold

The Federal Open Market Committee met today, and the Federal Reserve has stayed its hand once again. With U.S. economic readings beginning to fluctuate, and signs of slowing growth beginning to emerge, holding interest rates at current levels is a […]

Reality “Trumps” The Reflation Trade

Reality “Trumps” The Reflation Trade

Risk assets continued their relentless post-election march during the first two months of 2017. Buoyed by the selloff in the US dollar, emerging markets bested global markets in both US dollar and local currency terms. The Eurozone was a close […]