Strategist, trader & author of Currency Trading & Intermarket Analysis Ashraf Laidi @alaidi says that there are coming key scenarios for the currency, debt and stocks markets.

Laidi affirms that the 10-year yields may rise to 2.15-2.20% in the short term; but by the next spring it could fall to 1.37%. USD/JPY is setting up for a decline to a minimum of 115.00.

 He also says that the S&P is replicating a structure performed in 2000 and 2007. So Laidi expects the S&P targeting at 1,765.


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