The world’s crappest bourse knows a policy error when it sees one. As the Aussie flies on RBA wings today: The ASX200 is down firmly and still sporting a nasty head and shoulders topping pattern with a neckline around 5600: Bond yields are getting hosed: Dalian is going nuts: Big Iron is mostly up but
Dalian is a little soft today: Big Iron is still firming: Big Gas has all but ignored the oil rebound. Very sensible: Big Gold is marking time: Big Bubble is down despite the steepened Aussie yield curve: Big Liar is threatening a little convergence as high flyers come back and MEA mulls a bottom: Finally,
All quiet on the Dalian front: Not so Big Iron, getting bashed, except BHP on corporate action, classic pennies on front the steamroller there: Big Gas looks about to break new lows across the board: Big Gold not looking too hot either, forming downtrends: Big Bubble not happy today which is not a good sign
Dalian just went sick: Big Iron is following: The trigger appears to be a speech by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in which described the momentum of world economic recovery as “insufficient“: Anti-globalisation voices emerging World political risks on the rise Momentum of world economic recovery insufficient economic growth needs to ensure fairness, sustainability limiting trade
Dalian continues its recent pattern of firming at night and sagging during the day today: Big Iron is mixed: Big Gas is still stinky: Big Gold is up: Big Bubble is reeling: And Big Liar is as mendacious as usual as REA breaks out: As Australia goes ex-growth so does it’s share market. Avagoodweekend.
Dalian has opened flat: Big Iron has broken with FMG right at new intraday lows, BHP crashed through them, and even coconut vendor RIO under pressure: Big Gas is now burning out of control with STO pointing straight towards new 40 year lows: Big Gold is chopping wood in its correction: Big Bubble is bursting
From Macquarie: Fed still gold’s key risk and opportunity The Fed remains the key risk and opportunity for gold. Raising rates despite low inflation, and promising far more hikes to come, seems bearish gold and in the short-term it is. But ultimately we believe the Fed will realise it can’t deliver –so rates will
Dalian is wandering aimlessly today: Big Iron is mostly up: Big Gas is burning: Big Gold is correcting: Big Bubble has had its run seemingly: Big Liar is soldiering on: And a bonus chart today, hope your enjoying Australian exceptionalism: If not, try the MB Fund launching July 1st with a 70% international equities allocation. Sign
That seems to be the depth of reasoning overtaking the share market today as banks soar. After all, nothing says buy banks more than a crashing global yield curve and an even more rapidly deteriorating local economy. Booya! Go figure. Meanwhile, Dalian is OK so far: Though Big Iron is not so good following overnight
Dalian is moderately ill today: But it’s Costanza day on the market, “do the opposite”: Perhaps it’s this tripe from CBA: “Rising seaborne and domestic Chinese supply and muted restocking demand help explain the recent slump in iron ore prices,” he says. “The higher prices that prevailed earlier this year likely reflected temporary factors, such
Dalian is mixed today: BHP has announced that Mt Whaleback will not impact output. Big Iron is generally up: Big Gas too though STO is still sinking: Big Gold is bearing up: Big Debt is riding the dead cat: Big Liar is OK too though McGrathmaggeddon has hit another new low: Good to see. Avagoodweekend.
Iron ore has re-opened in Dalian and immediately sunk to new correction lows, coking coal is down even harder: Big iron ore down a little but not enough. RIO’s coconut business is booming: Big Gas is down and STO is paying for its magnificent strategy of blackmailing the country: Big Gold plods on: The Big
No China today so the crapped out ASX is left to deflate all by itself. Big Iron ore is leading it with FMG approaching new post-correction lows: No real news today though the Platts China Steel Sentiment survey has cratered: The S&P Global Platts China Steel Sentiment Index slumped to 33.1 this month from 45.1 in April,