Most asset classes moved lower; the main exceptions were gold stocks, which rose 3.0%, and long term treasury bonds, which gained 2.5%. The largest losses were in crude oil, which dropped 7.8%, and copper, which fell 6.1%. Cryptocurrencies also pulled back, less than some commodities, but more than stocks or bonds.
Equities and commodities were mixed but weighted to the downside; all other asset groups moved lower. The largest gains were in cotton, which rose 0.9%, and the S&P 500, which added 0.8%. The worst performers were Ethereum, which fell 11.7%, and gold stocks, which dropped 3.6%.
Cryptocurrencies declined again, bonds and commodities moved higher, and national currencies and equities were mixed. The largest gains were in coffee and palladium, which rose 9.1% and 2.5% respectively. The largest losses were in Ethereum, which fell 16.6%, and Bitcoin, which dropped 13.9%.
National currencies moved higher, but all other asset classes were mixed. The largest gains were in coffee and crude oil, which rose 8.4% and 5.0% respectively. The largest losses were in silver, which fell 4.4%, and gold stocks, which declined 3.7%.
National currencies and bonds were lower, cryptocurrencies were higher, and equities and commodities were mixed. The largest gains were in Bitcoin and crude oil, which rose 6.9% and 3.7% respectively. The largest losses were in long term bonds, which declined 2.3%. The US Dollar was 1.5% lower.
Bonds and cryptocurrencies were lower, but other asset classes were mixed. The largest gains were in the Nikkei 225 index and palladium, which rose 3.2% and 3.0% respectively. The largest losses were in Ethereum, which declined 5.6%. The USD was 0.7% lower.
Stocks were lower, while all other asset classes were mixed. Crude oil and platinum had the largest drops, falling 6.2% and 6.1% respectively. Long term bonds made the strongest gains, rising 1.8%.
This week, national currencies, bonds, and cryptocurrencies fell, while stocks and commodities were mixed. The largest gains were in the precious metals, as platinum rose 7.9% to close at 19.0 grams and silver advanced 5.5% to 372 mg. The largest losses were in cryptocurrencies, as Ethereum dropped 14.7% and Bitcoin fell 9.3%. The Dow closed the month below its 36 month moving average, flashing a sell signal (see more below).
National currencies, cryptocurrencies and equities fell, led by Bitcoin which dropped 13.6%, giving back most of its gains for the last month. Bonds and commodities were mixed, with the largest gains in TLT, the long term bond fund, which rose 3.1%. Outside of the cryptos, the largest losses were in coffee, down 5.7%, and platinum, off 4.6% to a new all-time low of 17.1 grams.
National currencies and bonds fell, while all other asset classes were mixed, but mostly lower. The largest gains and losses were both in the cryptocurrency group, as Bitcoin rose 8.6% and Ethereum fell 7.0%. The second-largest losses were in the Chinese Yuan, which plunged 6.4% — a huge one-week drop for a national currency. The next largest gains were in gold stocks, which added 1.3%. The only other rising asset was silver, up 1.0%.