Dow Rises 300 Points
August 16, 2019 New York. Dow Jones rose 300 points as the bond yield rises; but, investors continue to monitor the US – China trade negotiations.
August 16, 2019 10:45 AM. All sectors are in the positive side lead by the Health Care sector at +.90% change followed by the Financial sector at +.86 with The technology sector having +.84% change. All other sectors are all in the positive side.
August 15, 2019. Retail sales, a Messier of consumer purchase for retail, online and restaurant sales climbed by .7%. A good news to the market compared to yesterday’s bond market warning of a slow down. This will give the market a breather for now. But still expect market volatility after China vows to retaliate for tariffs that are expected to take effects in the coming weeks.
August 15, 2019. 10:50 AM New York time. Market Seems to be mix, with consumer staple +.70%, consumer discretionary +.49, and Communications +.10% sectors are at positive range. While the rest of the sectors renain at a Neutral range.
Market Closes at Negative
August 14 17:51pm NYC. Dow Jones Index closed at a Hauge negative Today by 800.49 points while NASDAQ closed by negative 242.42. The S&P closed with a negative 85.72 change . Bond investors were trying to lock up on the Long term high Yield streams.
All sectors are in the red except for the Technology and consumer stappes sector.
Market Indices Plunges Further at Mid Day
August 14, 2019. 12 noon New York. The Dow Jones index plunges down by 631.98 while the S&P is down by 70.33 and the Nasdaq by 221.60.
Market Opened with Negative Sentiments
August 14, 2019. The market is reacting negatively as the 10 year notes Treasury Bills dips below the two year US Treasury notes. Bond investors are trying to lock into Long term high rate treams. This is a possible signal of a dowturn economy ahead if it continues for the next flew days.
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