Mientras Telefónica no rompa los 4 euros, por arriba, poco. Análisis IBEX35, DAX y SP500  2021/03/05 10:35:17 Megabolsa
Mientras Telefónica no rompa los 4 euros, por arriba, poco. Análisis IBEX35, DAX y SP500. El Ibex35 tuvo un día bastante plano ayer a pesar
   Wall Street (S&P 500, Nasdaq) sur le fil du rasoir : le conseil Bourse du jour  2021/03/05 09:56:56 Capital Fr
Le S&P 500 revient sur un important support technique, juge Vincent Ganne, spécialiste marchés chez TradingView et membre de l’AFATE.
   SP500: Se detiene cerca del soporte de 3.700 puntos  2021/03/05 08:13:24 Megabolsa
SP500: Se detiene cerca del soporte de 3.700 puntos. La ruptura del soporte de 3796 ha provocado una fuerte caída que ha llevado al SP500
   Asian equities follow Wall Street south  2021/03/05 07:30:34 MarketPulse
US bond tantrum sends equities reeling A not dovish enough Jerome Powell overnight saw the bond tantrum return, throwing more gloom on an already wobbling equity market. The S&P 500 by 1.34%, the tech-heavy Nasdaq plunged by 2.11%, and the previously steady Dow Jones retreated by 1.11%. US index futures continue lower in Asia, down […]
   Nasdaq-100 Falls Into Correction Territory As Losses Mount For Tesla, Zoom, Peloton  2021/03/04 22:27:51 Benzinga
Wall Street has apparently decided to get ahead of the Fed by staging a “taper tantrum” before any actual taper. There’s no sign of the Fed rolling back its accommodative monetary policy in any way, but investors seem convinced the day will come. The feeling grew stronger Thursday when Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said the magic word, “inflation,” in public remarks, noting that reopening could create “upward pressure on prices.” Basically, Powell took everybody by surprise, kind of wobbling on the dovish tone he’d had last week. He sounded like he could see central banks starting to scale back monetary stimulus a little earlier than expected. Wall Street responded with more selling, discarding bonds and stocks amid worries about economic overheating. Treasury yields boomeranged as high as 1.55%, not far below last week’s one-year peak and close to 15 basis points above this week’s lows. We noted this morning that the stock market has been getting shaky when yields top 1.45%, and that happened pretty quickly today.
   Are S&P 500 and Precious Metals Bears Just Getting Started?  2021/03/04 15:47:58 ValueWalk
Scary selling yesterday? See how little the downswing has achieved technically, check out the other characteristics, and you‘ll probably reach the same conclusion I did. It‘s still about the tech getting its act together while much of the rest of the market is doing quite fine. Q4 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Treasuries […] The post Are S&P 500 and Precious Metals Bears Just Getting Started? appeared first on ValueWalk .
   Wall St update: S&P 500, Nasdaq weighed down by tech stocks; Powell in focus  2021/03/04 15:39:33 Livemint
The number of Americans filing for jobless benefits rose last week, likely boosted by brutal winter storms in the densely populated South, though the labor market outlook is improving amid declining new COVID-19 cases
   Dow Jones, Nasdaq, S&P 500: Anleger halten sich an der Wall Street zurück – Bond-Renditen im Blick  2021/03/04 15:16:17 Handelsblatt
Im Sog des fallenden Bitcoin-Kurses fliegen Werte aus dem Kryptowährungssektor und von Blockchain-Unternehmen aus den Depots.
   Indeks S&P 500 Dibuka Sedikit Lebih Tinggi Setelah Turun Dua Hari, Amati Powell  2021/03/04 14:48:01 FXStreet Indonesia
Indeks ekuitas utama menderita penurunan besar dalam dua sesi sebelumnya tetapi dibuka sedikit lebih tinggi pada hari Kamis dengan investor tetap abse
   S&P 500 Index opens modestly higher after two-day slump, eyes on Powell  2021/03/04 14:42:52 FXStreet
Major equity indexes suffered heavy losses in the previous two sessions but opened modestly higher on Thursday with investors staying on the sidelines
   Asia seeing green after Aussie GDP  2021/03/03 09:36:11 MarketPulse
Asia equities rally on vaccines and Australian GDP Equity markets are experiencing a wax on, wax off week, tail-chasing short-term momentum of whichever story carries the most weight on the day. Yesterday it was bubbles, which saw equity markets unwind part of the impressive rallies seen on Monday. The S&P 500 fell 0.81%, the Nasdaq […]
   US stocks drift lower on Wall Street; yields continue to ease  2021/03/03 07:01:00 Jamaica Observer
Stocks closed broadly lower on Wall Street yesterday, giv ing back some of their big gains from a day earlier. The S&P 500 fell 0.8 per cent after earlier flipping between small gains and losses. A day before, the benchmark index had leaped 2.4 per cent for its best performance since June. Technology and internet stocks accounted for much of the selling, a reversal from a day earlier.
   Budget day  2021/03/03 06:52:10 FXStreet
One day up, the next day down. The US major indices closed Tuesday’s session in the red. The S&P500 gave back 0.81% following its biggest one-day jump
   Risk remains in a state of flux as the market awaits further clues on the week  2021/03/03 06:42:54 Forexlive
Equities are faring better today after a softer session yesterday S&P 500 futures are up 0.4% and Nasdaq futures are up 0.7% after the drop yesterday. As much as the focus has been on the bond market, Treasuries haven't quite offered much after the surge higher last week as they remain near unchanged levels on the week closer to 1.40% as we look towards European morning trade. By Justin Low
   Stocks advanced in Asian markets despite Wall Street shedding gains  2021/03/03 05:27:00 Business Standard
Stocks advanced in Asia on Wednesday after a wobbly day on Wall Street, when the S&P 500 gave back most of its gains from a day earlier. Hong Kong led the advance, gaining 1.7 per cent. Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai and Sydney also were higher. Investors have taken heart from an easing in bond prices that has alleviated worries over possible interest rate hikes. Bond yields have eased and the yield on the 10-year Treasury inched down to 1.40 per cent early Wednesday. But expectations for stronger economic growth in coming months continue to fuel worries that interest rates will head higher. It feels like we are in the eye of the storm," Stephen Innes of Axi said in a commentary. Investors have recently focused on selling high-priced technology shares but are also watching for policy changes as President Joe Biden's USD 1.9 billion stimulus package heads into the Senate after narrowly passing in the House. How much overheating and inflation will the Biden fiscal stimulus generate remains