"Today, equity and commodity markets are signaling to investors more persistent demand and higher commodity inflation, while rates and inflation curves are signaling an impending slowdown and softening of the economy" - Goldman
"Most popular question “are you starting to see L/Os get stopped in during moves higher?” Answer: some more consistent nibbling in highest quality but true capitulatory “aggressive buy” stop inns absolutely not." - Goldman desk
4220 is critical level: it's the 50% Fib ES retracement. A close above it would void the bear market rally thesis as there has never been a bear market rally that exceeded the 50% fib and went on to make new cycle lows
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CORRECTION: The story has been corrected to remove any mention of an official update from Tornado Cash and also clarifies that the instances of the website being down is based on some user tweets.
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