It might have been a quiet night for stocks but the US dollar caught a quiet bid as bond rates rose in anticipation of this week's Fed decision.
US non-farms shot the lights out but bonds rallied, the US dollar sold off and stocks rose. What gives?
Oil bounced off important support below $49 and bond rates are rising. Both are huge news as traders wait for non-farm payrolls.
A big night for markets as many of the moves we've been talking about happened. What's next?
The market turn continues as Copper, stocks, gold, and the Aussie dollar all focus lower.
Stocks lower, commodities dip, and the US dollar holds its own. But are we seeing a subtle turn in markets right now?
Yellen promised rate hikes, more than one. But the US dollar drifted and stocks rose a little. Now the market needs to digest the latest US political revelations as well.
Dow at 21,000, the S&P just below 2,400, the FTSE at record highs and stocks exploding higher as traders applaud a more presidential Trump.
The Fed has signaled March is a live meeting for a rate hike. That's helped the US dollar surge - now for President Trump.