Intermarket Breakdown of 11 Currencies, 7 Indices & 14 Commodities

by Ashraf Laidi
Jan 9, 2013 18:33

The following is a representation of the cross-market performances over the last 4 years, used to highlight existing and shifting relationships underpinning currencies, equities and commodities.

In assessing a currency's overall strength, we measure its performance against gold, thus gives us each currencies' secular performance against a common dominator.  The “GOLD vs FX” COLUMN shows gold increased the most against JPY in 2012, implying that JPY is the weakest currency. Conversely, NZD is the strongest performing currency of 2012 because gold showed the smallest increase against it.

  1. Find out the 4 similarities in Intermarket Dynamics between 2009 and 2012
  2.  How did Gold fare against currency baskets & what it means for 2013?
  3. Commodity Performance Charts on : BRENT, WTI, GOLD, SILVER, COPPER, PLATINUM, PALLADIUM,  WHEAT, CORN, COTTON, COFFEE , SUGAR & SOYBEANS
Intermarket Breakdown of 11 Currencies, 7 Indices & 14 Commodities - 2013 Matrix Charts Mini (Chart 1)

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