The overall economy may not be in an overt recession, but there is no denying that S&P 500 companies are now in a nine-month-long earnings recession.
What a solution. If the numbers really, really stink, they just no longer exist.
Earnings season is winding down. Better than expected, as it always seems to be, but still not good.
The Fitch downgrade will only give a bigger audience a reason to move away from the greenback.
Here's why any potential significant dip in the price of the yellow metal in the coming weeks will likely prove to be attractive opportunities for gold bulls.
Some of the biggest corrections occur between the summer and Santa Claus rallies -- and late July has a particularly nasty history.
Why does the U.S. dollar exert so much influence on commodities, stocks, and bonds? Let me show you.
What does this mean for commodities and precious metals?
When investors recalibrate expectations, Treasuries will look attractive.
After his speeches in Europe, Powell was as he always is, a master at leaving room for plenty of optionality.
If the dollar index melts through support, the path of least resistance for most U.S.-denominated assets will be higher.
With trading disrupted by Golden Weeks in China and Japan, investors have cast their gaze to Washington, sending Asian currencies higher and stocks down.
Let's look at the overbought condition, bonds, and the dollar vs. the yen.
There's a lot to think about between T-bills, the debt ceiling, 0DTE VIX, geopolitical risks, the demise of the dollar and earnings, but are any worthy of a 'rant'?
Sugar is just one of the commodities powering the index tracking fund higher.
The DXY has a big influence on trade flows and the price of commodities.
Higher than it is now, especially if the U.S. dollar breaks to the downside.
Let's check the charts to see if it can buck the current trend.
There is considerable value to be found among international names at the moment.
What does the Fed do this Wednesday afternoon? Do they commit to keep on fighting inflation? Or do they try to prevent some kind of economic catastrophe?
A lower dollar and lower yields will encourage money to flow into equities, precious metals, and even most commodities. Here's a way to play it all.
Hong Kong's role as a hub for financial trading and for Asia-focused operations for multinationals is under threat, a new report finds, requiring a political response from companies.
Economist Kazuo Ueda would be the first BOJ Governor not to come from the central bank itself or the finance ministry.
We're not yet seeing much panic or selling, but did you see that rally in the buck? Let's break it down.
Experts are optimistic that better days lie ahead for precious metals.
The crypto collapse and FTX fiasco has been a good reminder that the grass isn't always greener on the other side of the fence.
A weaker dollar is likely to put a bid under oil prices.
Japanese equities rallied and the yen suddenly sold off as punters who predicted the end of easy money in Japan had their fingers singed.
I am increasingly accepting of the idea that we are witnessing the end of fiat currencies and the beginning of commodity-backed currencies.
Check out these five currency plays, four of them in Asia, as ways to make the most of the weakening U.S. dollar and greater interest in emerging-market stocks.