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A weaker Dollar helped U.S. Equity Markets register strong gains across the board, led by the 2.62% rally in the NASDAQ 100. A major milestone in Shanghai helped boost the S&P 500. Local authorities noted that the city achieved three days of no new COVID-19 infections outside of quarantined regions in China. This may indicate that it could soon reopen key financial, manufacturing, and transportation hubs – providing a boost for domestic and international companies that rely on China for the bulk of their operations. So, in Wall Street’s eyes, this could mark the bottom of the crisis in China, alleviating at least one issue rippling across the global markets. Meanwhile, the U.S. reported Retail-Sales growth in April. While the 0.9% rise was lower than the projected 1% increase, it signals consumers are continuing to spend despite inflationary pressures. These figures, combined with Industrial Production having climbed 1.1% last month, could indicate an improvement in output and consumer activity. And if this trend continues, it may help alleviate broader concerns about an economic deceleration. Still, the ongoing crisis in Ukraine will likely further drive crude and food prices higher, which could weigh on businesses and households in the long term. Within the S&P 500, 10 of the 11 sectors finished higher. European Markets closed higher. Euro-Zone’s Preliminary First-Quarter Gross Domestic Product figures were stronger than expected due to a rebound in German activity. European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde holds multiple speaking engagements this week, with investors awaiting confirmation on how soon interest-rate hikes will start. Britain’s Unemployment rate for March was lower than anticipated, signalling steady economic activity and an increased potential for more interest-rate hikes. In Asia, Japan’s preliminary machine-tool order growth for April decelerated compared with march due to a contraction in domestic and foreign orders on a month-over-month basis. Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said the central bank will monitor the economic impact of the Yen’s weakness, as price stability is important from a long-term-growth outlook. Shanghai’s government said it met the goal of three straight days of zero COVID-19 transmissions outside of quarantined areas, hitting a key hurdle to begin the reopening process. The Reserve Bank of Australia’s Minutes from its most recent meeting showed policymakers intend to continue raising interest rates as they feel the policy is too stimulative. Elsewhere, Oil fell 1.88% after comments from Hungary suggesting a Russian oil ban would cost it $811 million to prepare its refineries, while Gold fell 0.66% following a rise in U.S. Retail Sales.
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U.S. Equity Markets ended Monday’s volatile trading session mixed as the Dow still closed slightly higher despite a 300-point sell-off into the close, while the NASDAQ 100 ended yesterday with a loss of 1.16%. At the same time the VIX followed on from last week,...
Friday saw buyers return as U.S. Equity Markets closed higher led by the 3.7% rise in the NASDAQ 100. This move higher saw the VIX close a further 9% lower at a price of 28.87. Last Thursday, U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said that getting inflation...
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