Morgan Stanley: Quant Hedge Funds Unable To Profit On Post Election Moves

Odd correlation - the new normal? Maybe says Adam Parker

The post-election stock market rally has been odd from several respects. The US equity markets – led in part by the previously beaten down banks – was accompanied by the dollar strengthening and the yield curve steepening as market participants anticipate a spate of interest rate increases in 2017. Forget that many analysts predicted a Trump stock market sell-off. Ignore that concerns over trade wars have vaporized despite a continued raft of antagonizing tweets from the President-elect . . .


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