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Weekly Macro Themes - 16 Feb 2018

Here's a brief preview of the topics and charts covered in the latest edition of the Weekly Macro Themes report.

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1. Global Equity Relativities: The global equity market correction failed to shake some of the extremes we are seeing in the major styles/factors, these extremes remain on the risk radar.

2. US HY Credit: Across some of the proprietary charts and indicators we monitor here are a couple of early warning indicators stirring in the HY credit space, as a minimum it warrants closer scrutiny of an already risky looking asset class.

3. Equity Risk Premium: The shrinking equity risk premium highlights the changing relative risk/reward outlook as we move later in the cycle. We look at a few measures of the ERP for the US and DM equities.

4. Treasuries Tactics: Bond market sentiment, technicals, and valuations have shifted but could easily move further, particularly given the trends in monetary policy (not time to fade it yet).

5. Gold: The path of real yields, changes in monetary policy and some key technical levels put gold at a fork in the road.

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