There are plenty of shrills piling on the poor 1Q numbers by Joy Global this AM before the market opened. I have to wonder when the “masters of the obvious” will acknowledge that we didn’t learn anything new today from JOYG that we didn’t price in 3 months ago.
Recapping a couple macro themes from today that are part of larger macro views we have.
So much for China (FXI, quote) leading a plunge in copper (JJC, quote) prices as inventories tied to collateral for loans were being dumped. Industrial growth globally is near multi-year highs across Europe US and much of Asia.
CRB (Commodity Index) at highs not seen since Oct 2012.