Dale: The Most Important Charts In Global Macro

Dale: The Most Important Charts In Global Macro - Dollar cartoon 04.27.2016


Below are six key charts with analysis from Hedgeye Senior Macro analyst Darius Dale, which shed light on where we think the U.S. Dollar is headed. (For more, follow Dale on Twitter, @HedgeyeDDale.)



"These are the the most important charts in all of global macro. Will the US Dollar hold the line or fade like a flower?"


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"The Federal Reserve torched the dollar and got the short-term reflation pop it wanted, but can that be sustained?"


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"As a follow-up, here's why 35-54 year-olds matter."


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"At what point do the ECB and BoJ throw in the proverbial towel.. and perpetuate a series of higher-lows in the DXY?"


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"Furthermore, how much more pain can Japanese and European officials take? The alleged 'Shanghai Accord' is killing their markets." 


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"To be 100% clear, we think the US Dollar holds the line and pukes on reflation over the next few months. But if it doesn't, our game-plan will change."


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