Global Market Volatility Spikes as Fears of Evergrande Contagion Spread
Equities globally are in tumult, and volatility is rising sharply—Peter Boockvar, editor of the Boock Report and CIO of Bleakley Advisory Group, joins financial reporter Dion Rabouin to provide his perspective on further market action this week as investors’ fears surrounding Chinese property developer Evergrande intensify. Boockvar also discusses weakening sentiment among home builders and what that says about ongoing inflationary pressure on the economy. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/2ZabcSV
Does Evergrande Pose Broader Market Threats Outside China?
Markets are down again today, bracing for potential impact by Evergrande and the FOMC’s upcoming meeting—Jim Bianco, president of Bianco Research, cuts through the market noise and provide his perspective on the unfolding saga of Evergrande. He also updates his thoughts on bonds and crypto. Interviewed by financial report Dion Rabouin. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3lFTr5M
Stocks and Bonds Decline as Markets Weigh the Odds of a Taper Announcement
In light of down day for U.S. markets and mixed economic data, Jack Farley, Ash Bennington, and Dion Rabouin come together to discuss the likelihood of a Fed taper announcement coming soon with the September FOMC meeting quickly rolling up. They also address the increasing anxiety around Evergrande as the Chinese property developer’s prospects continue to look more grim. Drop your questions here in the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/2Xpd5uI
$300 Billion Default Pushes Chinese Real Estate Market to the Brink
Darius Dale, founder and CEO of 42 Macro, returns to the Daily Briefing to update viewers on the triple threat that Chinese risk assets face: the alarming slowdown in economic growth, the looming default of Evergrande, and the harsh regulatory crackdown by the Chinese government on companies, most recently Chinese gambling stocks such as Sands China Ltd and Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd. Dale then shares with Real Vision’s Jack Farley his thoughts on inflation and the recent strength in commodities such as oil and aluminum. Drop your questions in the Exchange here: https://rvtv.io/398jAE6
Inflation Cools Slightly As Oil Continues Its Rebound
With oil demand projected to continue strengthening for the rest of the year and OPEC upping their 2022 demand forecast, Tony Greer of TG Macro joins financial journalist Maggie Lake to analyze the sustainability of oil’s ongoing rally. Greer also shares an updated perspective on inflation as the CPI begins to cool off while prices remain elevated as well as on his long Bitcoin position.
Is It Now Japan's Moment to Shine? Plus Chinese Tech, Crypto, and Oil
Weston Nakamura says now’s the time to go long Japan—he unpacks his bull case here. He also examines further Chinese regulation and crackdowns as China tech stocks tumble with the government’s announcement to break up Alipay, crypto market action with Litecoin spiking, and the ongoing commodities rally with crude oil reaching its 6-week high. Interviewed by Jack Farley. Drop your questions for Weston here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3C9JgNa
Producer Prices Soar as Apple Loses 80 Billion Dollars In Market Cap
On today’s Daily Briefing, Real Vision CEO and co-founder Raoul Pal talks with senior editor Ash Bennington about how his macro framework is evolving when it comes to the dollar, bonds, and crypto. Raoul and Ash cover today’s sharp rise in the U.S. producer price index and what impact this will have on the Federal Reserve. Ash reports on Apple Inc ($AAPL) shedding over $80 billion in market capitalization after an unfavorable court ruling threatens one of its most profitable businesses. And still to come on this busy half hour, Raoul gives viewers a behind-the-scenes preview of his new weekly show on Real Vision, "Raoul Pal's Adventures in Crypto," where Raoul sits down with the greatest minds to figure out just where this digital asset and crypto revolution will lead us all.
TG Macro’s Tony Greer is now going long on Bitcoin—where does he see the future of crypto going? He explains here why he’s changed his tune, and he updates his thoughts on commodities—particularly oil—and whether the ECB’s announcement to slow the pace of their bond-buying program will have an impact on the assets that have benefited from the economy’s inflationary pulse. Interviewed by Maggie Lake. Submit your questions on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/38UoKUs
Bearishness Emerging on Wall Street Within the Goldilocks Regime
Darius Dale, founder and CEO of 42 Macro, anticipates that the Goldilocks regime will be persisting in the U.S. for awhile longer yet, offering fertile ground for asset prices to continue to perform. Drawing upon his macro indicators and analysis, he addresses the increasing bearish consensus being priced into risk assets and how tapering later in the year may have an impact on this dynamic. Interviewed by Jack Farley. Drop your questions for Darius here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3trKr7O
Jared Dillian, editor of The Daily Dirtnap, joins the Daily Briefing to discuss his thoughts on why he sees the potential for inflation to fly even higher in the coming months. He also shares his perspective on what this means for commodities, particularly for uranium, as well as crypto’s flash crash. Interviewed by Maggie Lake.
August Nonfarm Payrolls Disappoint As Smart Contract Protocols Skyrocket
With a major miss today in the August nonfarm payrolls report, Jim Bianco, president of Bianco Research LLC, updates his perspective on the economic recovery and inflation as well as what it means for price action going forward. Bianco also discusses the major rallies for various layer 1 smart contract protocols as Solana, Polkadot, and Ethereum are soaring higher. Interviewed by Ash Bennington.
A Bounce Back in Cyclicals? What the Options Market Is Signaling
Imran Lakha, founder of Options Insight, shares his latest insights into current market dynamics, sectors set up for outperformance, and the state of the U.S. economy. With jobless claims reaching a new low since the early days of COVID-19, Lakha discusses what the August nonfarm payrolls data may also reveal about the labor market and what that means for Fed tapering. He also dives into what the options market is signaling about investor sentiment and volatility, and he updates his perspective on Bitcoin and Ethereum. Interviewed by Jack Farley.