Returning to the typical 2 day bar sort of the Currencies we note the yen is actually holding up better than its counterparts while the dollar exhibits the lowest MoneyStream value, initially suggesting more weakness to come although the technicals are arguing for a consolidation and/or bottoming formation.
The big volume movers were the yen, Aussie dollar and the euro. Largest short interest ratio now resides with TLT, closely followed by the euro.
Of some note: XLE is riding a downtrend with the next intermediate support level around $50, some $2 below current levels. In similar manner GLD is drifting in a downtrend with intermediate support around $110, over $5 below it's current level.
Monday's action on the majors was clearly mixed with the financials, especially BAC, still showing pervasive weakness. The low volume creep Monday felt a lot like the earlier low volume melt up that preceded Friday's plunge and, while earnings reports continue to drive short term momentum, sell side programs continue to overshadow intraday dynamics.