Credit spreads rise, financial conditions tighten, Goldman Sachs Panic Index soars.

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With credit spreads on the rise and the 10-year TIP trading at 2.2%, financial conditions are tightening, sparking concerns among investors. While systematic funds tread cautiously amid thinning market depth, the next fortnight looms as a critical period. Contrary to expectations, inflationary fears drive Treasury yields up, leading to a plunge in stocks and a surge in the dollar, exacerbating market volatility and pushing the Goldman Sachs Panic Index to its highest level since March 2023.


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