Still Plenty Of Unknowns Around The Virus

Stocks have turned back down, USDJPY has extended its recent decline and Gold looks like it’s getting ready to make another run.

While there has been USD selling this week in the aftermath of the 50 basis point rate cut, it seems like most of the activity out there is less about yield differential and more about the deterioration in risk sentiment.


Video Length: 00:01:09

How did you like this article? Let us know so we can better customize your reading experience.


Leave a comment to automatically be entered into our contest to win a free Echo Show.
Adam Reynolds 1 year ago Member's comment

According to Fox News, the virus may have mutated created a dual threat with TWO strains causing infections:

LMAX Group 1 year ago Author's comment

Thank you for the share.

James Hunter 1 year ago Member's comment

What do you mean that people who have recovered from the virus, got it again. How's that possible? I thought once they had anti-bodies to fight off the virus, they would be safe. Were they reinfected by others? Were they not truly recovered? Or can the virus actually come back? Perhaps a person never really gets rid of it.

Samantha Wolf 1 year ago Member's comment

This is very troubling. Does anyone know if such a thing is possible in other viruses? I've never heard of anything like that before. Scary!

LMAX Group 1 year ago Author's comment

Indeed. Hopefully this will prove to be untrue. But it was most unsettling. Thanks for reaching out.

Dick Kaplan 1 year ago Member's comment

There is a lot of hope that this virus will simply "burn out" like #SARS did in 2003. That was a result of warmer summer months combined with a turning point where a significant enough percentage of the population who had been infected, had since recovered and become immune.

If people can catch #COVID19 again without developing immunity, we are in some serious trouble. The virus could be here to stay.

LMAX Group 1 year ago Author's comment

Yes. Was scary to read that. Hopefully it proves to be untrue. Thanks for reaching out.

LMAX Group 1 year ago Author's comment

This was a story I saw. I can't substantiate it, but if you search, you should find. I just thought it was unsettling. Hopefully we'll get ahead of this thing real soon. Thanks for reaching out.