Trade and the economy have become the new roller coaster for markets
- Trade could dominate markets in the week ahead, once investors return from the three-day Memorial Day holiday Tuesday.
- Investors will also be watching the bond market, which is reflecting worries that the economy is weakening, just as the trade war seems like it could be prolonged.
- Inflation data at the end of the week could be important since market expectations have risen for the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates. Read More @ https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/24/trade-and-the-economy-have-become-the-new-roller-coaster-for-markets.html
TECHNICAL CHARTS AND APPROACH
Markets Show They’re Finally Waking Up to Global Wall of Worry
To the big-time buysiders, those investors more likely to check their portfolio by the season than the session, it was just another week. The S&P 500 still shows a big green number for 2019, after all. Ditto the quants, with their multiyear horizons and programmed strategies. And hedge funds, whose nerves have been on show for a while now. But for a host of investors, traders and analysts, this was the week markets finally woke up to a world of hurt. President Donald Trump lit the touchpaper days before, signing an order effectively curbing Huawei Technologies Co.’s access to the American market. The reaction was slow burn, but by Monday U.S. stocks were extending declines as major chipmakers prepared to cease business with the Chinese giant. Read More @ https://www.bloomberg.com//news/articles/2019-05-24/this-week-markets-finally-woke-up-to-the-global-wall-of-worry?srnd=markets-vp
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