Many U.S. companies could see their earnings dinged by unfavorable exchange rates, which would hurt their share prices.
Everyone's talking about stocks -- but what about the dollar? There's a lot going on in the USD.
The movements of oil, copper and the Australian dollar indicate the global economy may be in worse shape than anticipated.
I believe the U.S is heading for a fall, and that will obviously impact the financial markets. Here's how I would get positioned.
As the market plays ping pong between views on reflation vs. deflation and moves with U.S. bond yields, both gold and Bitcoin are part of the larger macro trade.
If the latest FOMC meeting left you scratching your head, then you're not alone. Let's try to pick apart what's really going on.
A change in market behavior is in action as oil appears to top out and Treasuries, gold, and the U.S. dollar have all managed to grind higher together.
The stock market has given us some incredible returns in the past year or two but there are some warning signs developing -- and one key date to keep an eye on.
Back then, who thought tech and growth would be hot, and who thought the dollar could rally?
Looking underneath the surface, there have been quite a few discrepancies in terms of themes, rotations and consensual trade unwinds.