Global equity markets are attempting to rally back from the plunge yesterday thanks to trade headlines. The bounce appears to be mostly a function of the same kind of headlines, if not even more speculative in nature, but the move higher has been pretty consistent with Europe up 1% and US equities poised to gap up by about 63 bps. The market continues to be dominated by trade-related headlines, but at some point soon, tweets and headlines just aren’t going to cut it, and investors are going to demand concrete results.

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The list of oversold stocks is really starting to pile up.  Through yesterday’s close, 18.6% of stocks in the S&P 500 were at short-term overbought levels while 38% were oversold.  That net reading of 19.4% is the most negative reading since January 7th.

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