Equities: It’s been a rough month for stocks.
Rising political uncertainty is on the minds of some investors.
This risk is increasingly being priced into the options markets. Here is the VIX futures curve.
Rates: TIPs continue to see record inflows, amassing $10.3 billion over the past 3 months.
What would it take for rates to rise?
Energy: US natural gas prices came roaring back after the recent collapse and are now up over 25% from the lows.
Eurozone: Italy’s 30yr bond yield hit a record low.
Global Developments: Advanced economies will need some time to fully recover from the global recession, according to Barclays.
Food For Thought: US Electoral College projections:
Edited by Daniel Moskovits
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