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Market Risk Index - 2018-10-11

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Global bond market risk
high risk at 88%

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The Global Bond Market Risk Index (GBMRI) remained at a high-risk reading. The GBMRI closed at 88%. Last week the GBMRI reached a level of 90% (high risk).

The regional bond risk index for the US, Canada, and Western Europe closed at a high-risk of 100% - the highest reading for more than two years.


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Global stock market risk increased to a high-risk level of 79%. Last week our flagship stock market risk index closed at a high-risk reading of 62%.

The regional stock market risk index for the US, Canada, and Western Europe rose to a high-risk reading of 85%. Last week this stock market risk index closed at a high-risk reading of 67%.
 
US stock markets closed lower on Thursday. US stock market risk remained increased to a high-risk indication of 84% - the highest reading for more than two years. Last week the US stock market risk index closed at 54% (medium risk). US tech stock risk closed at a high-risk reading of 85% (last week: 56%).

Global stock market risk
high risk at 79%


US Dollar risk
low risk at 19%

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The Global US Dollar Risk Index (GUSDRI) remained at a low risk level. The GUSDRI closed unchanged at 19%. Last week the GUSDRI reached a low risk level of 27%.


Generally, a risk index level equal or above 60% is indicating a rather high-risk and unfavorable market environment.

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