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Talking Points:

• The evidence of a universal turn in sentiment is growing

• Different markets and different assets respond to underlying confidence levels - not vice versa

• We look at various 'risk' measures - equities, high yield, Treasuries, carry - for a read on the markets

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This past session, European equities extended a tumble that has cleared support, the Yen crosses seemed to lose the momentum found only the day before and High Yield extended its rebound. All of these benchmarks have a definitive connection to the systemic ebb and flow in investor sentiment, but they are not committing to the burgeoning deleveraging effort at the same time. What does this mean for the markets at large? Is one measure a key signal for the rest? What trade opportunities can we glean from this broad relationship? We discuss this in today's Strategy Video.

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