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"Everyone's On The Same Side Of The Boat Again" - Traders Panic-Buy Into Jobs-Driven Rate-Hike-Hope

Levered long financials... Treasury curve steepeners... Fed Funds selling... USD buying... Dump defensives... Dump 'low vol'... As one veteran trader scoffed this week, "Janet better not disappoint this time, everyone's back on the same side of the boat again." Rate hike odds are soaring (for Nov) and along with them, the USD... This is what she will be hiking rates into.
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