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43 out of 45 global markets are oversold, according to BAML's "Breadth Buy" indicator. These...
43 out of 45 global markets are oversold, according to BAML's "Breadth Buy" indicator. These extreme signals tend to be followed by a short-term 6-7% bounce, but, cautions chief investment strategist Michael Hartnett, a sustained rally would require a shift in policy behavior. What's more, the 2 markets not in oversold territory are the U.S. (SPY) and Japan (EWJ, DXJ) and they're kind of important. Most oversold: Brazil (EWZ), Turkey (TUR), South Africa (EZA), Mexico (EWW), Materials (XLB), China (FXI, CAF). Least oversold (in addition to the U.S. and Japan): Health Care (XLV, IYH), and Consumer Discretionary (XLY).