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All Ords 5-day chart




All Ords had a reasonably strong day, closing +0.7%.  Not much change from the am post sectorwise: REITS +2%, Utilities/IT +1.5% down to Healthcare -0.5%.

Over in Asia, China +0.4%, Hong Kong +1.6%, Japan +1%, India currently +0.3%.

UK/Europe about to open:










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Obviously I was wrong yesterday when I said the shutdown was going to be on a clear path to ending, Not that anyone cares. 

Hell of an island bottom in TNX. 

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Probably unknown to most but who I consider a very influential propagandist David Goldman making the case for risk on. Including a prediction the Fed is going to cut rates. How he doesn't say. No doubt this EMB ETF is saying a significant turn has happened in emerging market debt.



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So temporary settlement. I'm surprised. One thing Trump hates is seeing his poll numbers drop.  

I think the "Let them eat cake" stuff is starting to bite. 

The grocery store remark today takes the cake. 

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