Sunday, June 26, 2016

Charting Last Week (6/20 - 6/24/16)

The Daily Leading Index decreased by 0.28% percentage points to 2.18%. The Daily Coincident Index is at 2.01%. The Daily Leading Index page on the tab above is updated daily during the week.
Stock prices took a big hit on Friday as the UK voted to leave the European Union. There will be a two year period of exit negotiations that most likely won't start until this fall at the earliest. The 10 year Treasury fell to 1.57%, the lowest level since August of 2012. The Fed fund futures are implying no more rate hikes this year. Just four weeks ago, the futures were predicting a rate hike in July. The Fed Funds futures are now implying a only a 25% chance of a rate hike by February 2017 and a 5% chance of a rate cut according CME Group's FedWatch tool. The charts below show the normal trading ranges for various indices for the last six months. The red (or green) area indicates 2-3 standard deviations above (or below) the normal 21 day trading range. The gray area indicates 1-2 standard deviations above (or below) the normal 21 day trading range.
The Leading Indicator for International Developed Markets (EFA) increased by 0.02% percentage points to 0.65%. The Leading Indicator for International Emerging Markets (EEM) decreased to 2.27%. On the chart below, you can click on the blue and red buttons to see the Leading Indicator growth rate and an ETF for each country.
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