US stocks ended slightly lower on Friday in another choppy session, given thin trading, with the S&P 500 handing back over a percent of earlier gains in the last hour to close -0.12%. It still finished 2.86% up on the week, the first weekly gain for the Index in an otherwise brutal December for investors. Treasuries continued to rally, the 10yr a further ~5bps tighter on the prior session to 2.72%. This followed a tightening in Japanese government bond yields in the earlier Asian session, the 10 year yield falling below zero for the first time since September 2017. There was a good lead from the European session, though this a bit of ‘’catch up’’ after the significant turnaround in sentiment in the US on Thursday. The Stoxx 600 closed 2.02% higher, its largest daily gain since April, led by cyclical names and financials.

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