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View from Toronto: Charts We're Watching This Week
03/13/2018 4:20 pm EST
This week is about inflation, inflation and inflation! Today, the US CPI (Consumer Price Inflation) and on Wednesday (Producer Price Inflation). The great U.S. inflation scare may be over--for now, Bloomberg reports. More from Ziad Jasani of the Independent Investor Institute.
View this week’s video commentary here:
A hotter than market-expected print on CPI & PPI would push the USD and U.S. Treasury yields up, which in turn would pressure Commodities down, destabilize the Bond market and likely turn the correction-bounce around.
A weaker than market-expected print on the data would do quite the opposite. Our math indicates a higher probability for a hotter print.
We ended last week (March 9) with the S&P 500 E-Minis breaking out above resistance of 2,746-29 and the TSX moving into resistance of its 200-day average (15,604).
Video recorded: 11 am March 12, 2018
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