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The S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 were little changed on Monday while the Russell 2000 saw gains in what was a quiet session from a catalyst perspective. Tech was mixed with the mega-cap names, including Nvidia (NVDA), generally struggling/flat-lining, specifically GOOGL, although there was notable strength elsewhere in the sector (PANW, SMCI, MU…). New Home Sales, which came in beneath expectations, were the only major US data point on Monday, although Consumer Confidence and Durable Goods Orders will be in focus on Tuesday. Treasuries unwound Friday’s long end squeeze in the face of fresh Treasury and corporate supply; the 2yr and 5r auctions were underwhelming ahead of the 7yr on this evening. The Dollar was slightly lower on the session, however, with the Euro outperforming amid EGBs seeing a greater relative magnitude of loss than USTs despite a lack of fresh drivers, with the tape for Bunds still vulnerable after last week’s heavy losses. Sell side models are also pointing to Dollar selling for month end too. Bitcoin surged further, coming within touching distance of USD 55k. Oil prices rallied through the NY session, bouncing off multi-week lows, in lack of an obvious catalyst as desks point to supply risk from ongoing geopolitical events. New Home Sales in January rose 1.5% to 661k (prev. 651k) but was shy of the expected 680k, while the supply of new homes was unchanged at 8.3 months’ worths. Oxford Economics states that the smaller-than-expected rise is not concerning as weather likely dampened sales, particularly in the South. Meanwhile, OxEco adds, “the outlook remains cautiously optimistic as the 30-year fixed mortgage rate is off its recent peak, job growth is strong, and inventories are not problematic for the new-home market.” Nonetheless, the consultancy adds that the positive news is that January new-home sales are above their Q4 average, a positive for GDP growth in the first three months of this year. Elsewhere, Oil rose 1.40% while Gold again closed flat.
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U.S. Equity Markets ultimately closed Friday mixed with choppy price action as Nvidia saw two-way swings before ultimately closing marginally in the green. Breadth however was decent with the equal weight S&P closing +0.4% with outperformance in the Dow Jones +0.3%,...
U.S. Equity Markets were choppy on Wednesday with Nvidia (NVDA) down again ahead of its much-anticipated earnings release after hours with options market implying a c. 11% move. There was no US data again to digest with muted FX volume. However, Treasuries were sold...
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