Tyler Durden: Just in case yesterday’s weakness was mistaken for “well, it’s just stabilizing before the next leg higher,” US equity markets are pooping the bed this morning with the Dow Jones Industrial Average (INDEXDJX:.DJI) down over 500 points from its post-Yellen highs, FANGs plunging red, credit collapsing, and bond yields slumping.
Between the widely watched quad-witching, Fed policy error concerns, and the utter failure of the Bank of Japan’s efforts to save the world, global stocks and bonds are flashing red warnings for the end of centrally planned markets.
That was not supposed to happen.
Post-FOMC, equities are collapsing.
As not even the FANGs can maintain a bid.
30Y Bond futures are soaring as the rest of the risk-asset universe slides lower post-FOMC.