03 January 2024 – 09:02 Central Euro Time

At present we’ve weakness in the Bond and Copper, and strength in the Euro; BEGOS Markets volatility is light. As tweeted [@deMeadvillePro], whilst the S&P dropped -0.6% to start the year, the MoneyFlow regressed into S&P points fell -2.1%: as this is a leading indicator, we look to still lower S&P levels near-term, especially as the Index itself is now 38 consecutive trading days “textbook overbought”. Debt yields and the Dollar rose in beginning 2024, counter to FinMedia expectations of their “Fed pivot”. The Econ Baro awaits December’s ISM(Mfg) Index; too, we’ve the FOMC Minutes from the 12-13 December meeting.