There are some interesting, and strange things happening in markets right now.
The Fed is promising rate rises if the US economy stays the current course. But the US dollar fell anyway. What's that mean for Forex and other markets?
Stocks made record highs and the US dollar was bid.
Traders missed the US lead last night. But that doesn't mean nothing interesting happened.
The US dollar was stronger against the Euro as stocks rose, bonds rallied and fears about the French election re-emerged.
Stocks could be running into resistance, the US dollar was weaker - but only against the majors and gold was higher.
Love was in the air on Valentine's Day as traders embraced Trumponomics and the stock market rally. The US dollar was stronger and gold lower as a result.
Copper broke higher, and stocks set record highs as Chinese trade and a more conciliatory US president buoyed risk appetite.
What a difference a day makes. A poll saying Le Pen can't win in France and Trump refocusing on tax cuts was all it took.
Is the Trump trade over? Bonds and gold suggest if not nervousness is growing.