U.S. Equities fell as investors took a cautious approach to a week full of central bank activity. Treasuries edged lower and Gold retreated. The S&P 500 slipped for a second day after Friday’s blow-out Jobs Report altered market calculus for Federal Reserve rate cuts. Tech and health-care shares led decliners, with Apple Inc. falling 2.1% after a downgrade. U.S.-listed shares of BASF SE tumbled more than 5% after the German company cut its forecast. Shorter-term Treasuries fell and Gold slipped for a third day, while the US Dollar edged higher versus major peers. The main focus for markets this week looks to be Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, who will testify in Congress just days after the latest Payroll Report signalled that the American economy remains on track. U.S. stocks hit a record last week and a bond rally took yields to multiyear lows amid expectations the Fed will lower interest rates by at least a quarter of a percentage point at its July meeting.

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