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Market consolidates on lack of conviction

Posted on: February 08, 2017

The markets are jumping this way and that without any real conviction. Like my colleague said this morning, this market is “tired from the over abundance of news” especially with the twitter-happy Donald Trump.

The SP500 is just hovering below the all-time high but I don’t have much conviction of it probing much higher as the market is piling into the US treasuries. Historically, the two markets have a negative correlation to each other. Time will tell on which market is wrong.

It continues to be a slow week with little on the dock for economic data. The only significant data is Canadian jobs number on Friday that may provide a little excitement. December jobs number came in at 46.1K which was great number and will give the CAD a little boost if it continues to come in strong for January.

  • Previous Day’s NA Range 1.3152 - 1.3192
  • Asia overnight range 1.3171 – 1.3200
  • London overnight range 1.3144- 1.3192


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