GBP/USD, GBP/EUR, GBP/JPY, EUR/USD, USD/CNY, DXY
LLOYDS BANKING GROUP PLC ORD 10P, FRONTERA RESOURCES CORPORATION ORD SHS USD0.00004 (DI), POWERHOUSE ENERGY GROUP PLC ORD 0.5P, UK OIL & GAS PLC ORD 0.01P, VODAFONE GROUP PLC ORD USD0.20 20/21, UNION JACK OIL PLC ORD 0.025P
FTSE 100, DAX Index, Euro Stoxx 50, S&P 500, Nasdaq Composite, Nikkei 225
Gold, Silver, Crude Oil, Brent Oil, Natural Gas, Bitcoin
BTC/USD, ETH/USD, BCH/USD, XRP/USD, LTC/USD, ETC/USD
US 10Y, Euro Bund, Germany 10Y, Japan 10Y Yield, UK 10Y, India 10Y
Gold, Brent Oil, Crude Oil, CFDs on Natural Gas, Palladium, Silver
India tends to outperform EEM during periods of dollar strength.
The EEM ETF is showing some signs that the worst is behind us. Firstly, the market has made a double-bottom, first fall on the 22nd June, and then the second last week on the 15th August. Double-bottoms flush out the weaker hands, who tried to pick the bottom in June. Empirically markets are more likely to rally following the second capitulation.
Looks like EM is digesting its gains from last year and is stuck in some rather ugly action. I would not do anything related to this chart until it finishes its digestion
This is the spread between the S&P 500 and the MSCI Emerging Market Index. Notice how the trend has switched in favour of being overweight EM, underweight US. The change occurred as inflation and GDP were upgraded in EM countries, causing the USD to fall against other currencies in 2017, as capital begins to flow out of the US in search of higher yields. The ...