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U.S. Equity Markets have resumed their decline, finishing the day lower led by the NASDAQ which fell 3.56%, while the VIX surged 34%, closing above both its 50 and 200 Day Moving Averages at a price of 28.57. Rising bond yields again forced an equity sell-off. Remember, this sparks fears that it will cost more for technology companies to borrow money to fuel their growth. This is why the tech-heavy Nasdaq Index led the selling. And yesterday, the yield on the 10-year Treasury rose above the dividend yield of the S&P 500, meaning that yield-focused investors could now turn away from stocks. In terms of economic data, Jobs data were positive. Jobless Claims fell sharply from the week prior, and the four-week moving average fell to 807,750. If this trend were to continue, it would be a positive trend for the job market and overall economic rebound. Vaccine news was also positive, with reports suggesting that the FDA could approve Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine as early as this weekend. European Markets declined on rising bond yields. But outside of yields, news was positive. The European Central Bank’s (“ECB”) Governing Council member Isabel Schnabel said the bank would tackle any major increases in interest rates. This indicates that borrowing costs will continue to remain low. Germany’s DIW Economic Institute said the country has better adapted to the recent slew of lockdowns and restrictions compared to early 2020. This may suggest that Germany’s economy has proven to be largely resilient through the pandemic. Germany’s Consumer Confidence for March beat estimates due to increased confidence in regard to individual income and spending. The EU increased its number of COVID-19 vaccinations administered to 28.9 million yesterday. The region’s daily average of administered doses last week was 801,600. Elsewhere, Oil closed 0.28% higher as lower-than-expected crude oil supplies from the U.S. continued to support markets, while Gold sold off sharply, closing 1.50% lower.
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U.S. Equity Markets broke their losing streak on vaccine optimism, finishing higher, led by the Dow rallying to a new all-time high with a gain of 1.35%. Vaccine optimism was the main driver for yesterday’s gains. Ahead of an advisory committee review, an analysis by...
U.S. Equity Markets tried to break their losing streak, ending yesterday’s trading session mixed as the S&P closed with a tiny gain of 0.13%, while the NASDAQ 100 closed just 0.22% lower, reversing an earlier 4% fall. Markets declined again, with Interest Rates in...
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