The shift in tone from Central Banks in Europe and the US continued to drive financial markets, with stocks and bonds again selling off in what is turning out to be the most volatile trading week so far this year. The US Technology sector’s woes deepened as renewed selling in the year’s biggest winners sent software and chipmaker shares to the lowest levels in seven weeks, while investors rotated into banks after the Federal Reserve cleared them to repurchase stocks. The 10 – Year Treasury Note rate topped 2.26% while Government Debt in Europe sold off faster on hawkish comments from the ECB. Meanwhile the Euro hit its highest level in more than a year while Sterling rose for a seventh consecutive trading session.

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