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Darren Krett

Thursday, 4 May 2023

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MORNING MINUTE EQUITIES, FUTURES & OPTIONS MAY 4th

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Morning everyone. Darren at Leviathan Financial John Maynard Keynes said about a hundred years ago, “markets can remain irrational for longer than one remain solvent.” That seems appropriate at the moment, S&P is weak again after we came off after the press conference yesterday. SOFR again a lot firmer, indicating an immediate turnaround, an aggressive cutting cycle will be coming to us in the near future.
, On the one hand you have inflation. The other hand, the banking issue and debt limit crisis. These will be coming up and will be topics of conversation over the next few weeks. It is anybody’s guess where we end up, low impact numbers today, but non-farm tomorrow. So other than that, good luck trading and everyone and have a good day.

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