16 March 2023 – 09:29 Central Euro Time

The Euro and Swiss Franc both are at present above today’s Neutral Zones; the balance of the BEGOS Markets are within same, and volatility is mostly moderate, save for the Swiss Franc which is vibrant with a 129% EDTR tracing (see Market Ranges) as the SNB stands to assist CS. By our S&P MoneyFlow page, “no fear” remains the status: indeed for yesterday, the weakest Flow drain from the S&P was that by TSLA, whilst MSFT, AMZN and AAPL dominated the inflow. Gold appears poised to flip its weekly parabolic Short trend to Long if not by week’s end then in a week’s time, barring a notably down-run. The Econ Baro awaits metrics including March’s Philly Fed Index, plus February’s Housing Starts/Permits and Ex/Im Prices.