The biggest risk right now is the yuan level versus the dollar.
After recent liquidation, it seems the risk-reward is on the downside for the dollar and U.S. bonds.
Here's the play as China's yuan approaches trading at seven yuan to the U.S. dollar.
The Chinese central bank is moving to boost asset prices and offset trade war and slowdown fears.
From beaten-down currencies to U.S. Treasurys, it's always valuable to assess the prospects of various asset classes.
I don't believe Powell will go away from the Fed's message - slow rate hikes.
Turkey's growing currency crisis is sparking widespread concern.
Analysts say Turkey's central bank may need to step in, as U.S.-Turkish tensions escalate.
The president wants a weaker dollar going into the midterm elections, and his trade war threats may be the way to get there.
It appears the People's Bank of China may have put a floor in place for the currency.