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Money Flows: RAVS 10/14/2011

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Risk Assets vs. Safe-Havens Update, 10/14/2011 4:00pm Close

Summary:

The Equity Bull curve we saw all day simply strengthened.  Oil took the prize for strong positive flows for the day.  Safety in long bonds returned to earlier lows by close after a brief respite mid-day.

Despite being fairly low through the 1:30pm update, relative volumes perked up at the risk end of the spectrum and in gold.  The dollar certainly garnered the most attention (in terms of volume) compared to yesterday at this time.









Risk Assets vs. Safe-Havens Update, 10/14/2011 1:30pm

Summary:

Equity Bull curve continues but not gaining.  Oil continues strong positive flows.  Safety in long bonds coming back off earlier lows.

Early volume strength now generally below yesterday at this time.  Dollar is the only real stand-out for relative volume here.








Risk Assets vs. Safe-Havens Update, 10/14/2011 11:00am

Summary:

Equity Bull curve continues and firms up.  Oil continues strong positive flows. 

Early volume strength now tapered off relative to 24 hours ago.  Most classes now show less volume than yesterday at this time, with mid-caps and the dollar being the exception.







Risk Assets vs. Safe-Havens Update, 10/14/2011 9:00am Pre-Open

Summary:

Equity Bull curve in effect.  Oil in particular getting strong positive flows.

Volume appears to be fairly strong thus far in the pre-market compared to yesterday at this time, with small caps, gold, nasdaq and S&P all getting extra attention.