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  • Here's what we see with the new trading week on the way in London.

  • The rush for the bond market exit is accelerating and the US dollar is looking good.

  • Thirty-year US treasury yields have climbed above 3% level last seen at the beginning of the year.

  • Yes, the bond vigilantes are stirring. Expectations of higher inflation and aggressive fiscal easing by President-elect Donald Trump

  • is not good news for investors who piled into Bonds this year, paying ultra-low coupons.

  • UK, Eurozone bond yields are also rising sharply, lead by inflation and growth-sensitive long-dated paper.

  • Beyond the yield curve steepen trend, the other big thing we've seen that causes dollar strength - the euro and yen are sliding, good news for the respect to central banks.

  • Japan and Eurozone equities are also smiling as S&P feature indicates a run at record territory for the Wall Street benchmark.

  • Not so happy, emerging markets - Iran rial and Turkish lira are leading further weakened in currencies.

  • Mexico's Peso has weakened back to 21 to the dollar.

  • The question for investors is whether the rotation that we've seen between bonds, yen, the dollars and equities has a lot further room to run.

Here's what we see with the new trading week on the way in London.

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    Sabrina Hsu posted on 2016/11/18
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