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U.S. Stocks Finish Strong; S&P Establishes New Support
U.S. equity markets rallied sharply overnight, hemmed and hawed about mid-session then took off higher into the close. The catalyst behind this rally was the fresh liquidity being provided by the U.S. Federal Reserve. Once again Europe and Asia had the jump on U.S. traders who bought into the bullish news but quickly backed off when prices got too lofty.
As foretold on Monday, U.S. equity indices finished flat for the week. Although there were some sizeable swings triggered by news stories and speculation, for the most part, investors were not willing to take a position in front of next week’s Federal Open Market Committee Meeting.
The scenario for next week is simple in my opinion. Maximum liquidity is bullish.
Stocks Finish Lower in Lackluster Trade; Google Underpins Market after Close
U.S. Stocks Finish Lower Under Thin Conditions Ahead of GDP Report
U.S. stock markets closed lower under thin trading conditions as most major market participants took the day off ahead of tomorrow’s 2Q GDP report. This left the market wide open for day-traders and scalpers who created a little volatility early before eventually settling down after the mid-session.
Treasury Bonds Finish Lower after Strong Weekly Gains
September Treasury Bonds posted a loss on Friday, most likely tied to profit-taking ahead of the long holiday week-end and the lack of selling pressure on the equities. Friday’s action appears to be just a temporary slow down in the trend. The weakening economy is likely to continue to underpin the Treasuries.
U.S. Stock Markets finish Mixed; Watch for Short-Covering Rally
U.S. equity markets were under pressure at the mid-session but mounted a strong short-covering rally into the close. The turnaround to the upside in the Euro was the catalyst behind the rally. The June E-mini NASDAQ managed to close higher with the Dow and S&P 500 trailing closely.
Stocks Finish Lower; Markets May Settle Ahead of Jobs Data
U.S. stock markets finished sharply lower in expanded range trading. Traders were reducing risks because of a multitude of factors including Euro Zone debt issues, financial market regulation, the threat of international terrorism and possible criminal action against Goldman Sachs. Despite Tuesday’s volatility, market conditions could begin to calm ahead of this Friday’s U.S.