There will certainly be a number of money managers outperforming benchmarks wishing that the year would end abruptly so they could lock in performance

Chris Weston

Pepperstone

There will certainly be a number of money managers outperforming benchmarks wishing that the year would end abruptly so they could lock in performance. Still, there is much water left to flow under the bridge, so traders need to stay vigilant. There are five weeks to Christmas and six to the New Year, but traders still have to navigate through the lower liquidity and the raft of December event risk. Here we get the ECB meeting (4 December), the second Targeted Long-Term Refinancing Operation (11 December) and the Japanese election (17 December); plenty for macro-focused traders to watch. (VIEW LINK)


Chris Weston
Head of Research
Pepperstone

Highly accomplished financial markets professional, with experience at a number of top-tier global institutions on both the buy and sell-side. A natural communicator with a strong ability to analyse macro-economic trends, capital flows and market...

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