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U.S. Equity Markets tumbled to end the week, led by the NASDAQ 100 which closed lower by 1.18% after a volatile trading session. Markets opened lower and fell throughout the day. The downward pressure continued on stocks, with only a few catalysts on Friday. Consumer Sentiment rose from the prior month and beat estimates, but it remained near the lowest levels in almost a decade. All eyes are now on this week’s Federal Reserve meeting, looking for any clues on when the central bank will begin tapering its asset purchases. Given the recent softness in economic data (like Jobless Claims last Thursday and the choppy Retail Sales), Guggenheim Investments said that the Fed could push back the start of its taper until December, from November. In terms of infrastructure and the government spending bill, the outlook is unclear. A few moderate Democrats are still against the $3.5 trillion price tag on the spending bill. Late on Friday, the FDA voted against approving COVID-19 booster shots for the general public. European Markets closed lower. European Central Bank internal economic-forecast models suggest inflation could hit its target ahead of schedule, implying sooner than anticipated interest rate hikes. U.K. Retail Sales data for August unexpectedly fell, as consumers pulled back on spending. Euro-Zone final consumer price index (“CPI”) data for August matched the preliminary reading and estimates, with food and fuel as the biggest additions to inflation. In Asia, The People’s Bank of China added $14 billion worth of liquidity to the financial system via reverse repos, in an attempt to support easy access to funds. Japan’s Health Ministry was said to be preparing to offer COVID-19 booster shots to the public, eight months after the second dose, boosting the growth outlook. The Bank of Korea warned adoption of a potential carbon tax could weigh on the country’s economic output by as much as 0.3% each year through 2050. Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council Deputy Minister Chiu Chui-cheng said China was stoking regional political tensions by refusing to disavow its intent to reclaim Taiwan. Elsewhere, Oil fell 0.84% as U.S. Gulf of Mexico production began to come back online after Hurricane Ida, while Gold fell 1% on Dollar strength. This Morning U.S Equity Futures Markets are opening sharply lower on growth worries and the fact that both the S&P and Dow are trading below their respective 50-Day Moving Averages.
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U.S. Equity Markets traded in a narrow range yesterday before closing the session lower, led by the NASDAQ which fell 0.35%. Markets fell on another quiet day. St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard made headlines with his interview with the Financial...
U.S. Equity Markets pulled back on a relatively quiet day, to closed mixed as the Dow led the decline with a loss of 0.76% while the NASDAQ 100 closed at a new record high with a gain of 0.15%. Markets chopped around on little news. There was still concern over last...
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