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Bonds, Stocks Slammed As Risk-Parity-Deleveraging Strikes

Where's Vladimir Putin when we need him? Having saved the world yesterday by spiking crude oil with his comments, the return of bond traders today sees a resumption of risk-parity fund deleveraging (as bond-stock correlations neared record highs). Something had to give... Stocks and bonds are getting slammed... As Risk-Parity funds delever And oil is not helping... Charts: Bloomberg
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