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August 5, 2022

MAJOR INDEXES

Market report as of August 5th, 2022   

 
NAME                  LAST  CHG %CHG
S&P 500                       4,151.94000 -3.230 -0.08
NASDAQ                  12,720.5800 52.420 0.410
DJIA                         32,726.8200 -85.68 -0.26
*FTSE                      7,436.34000* -11.72 -0.16
*NIKKEI              28,175.8700* 243.67 0.870
*HSI                  20,201.9400* 27.900 0.140
*SHANGHAI          3,227.03000* 37.990 1.190
VIX                           21.89000000 0.4500 2.100
*DAX                    13,640.9700* -21.71 -0.160



S&P500 MARKET MOVERS

TOP

EPAM
Epam Systems Inc
12.259%  
CDAY
Ceridian HCM Holding Inc
10.378%  
AMD
Advanced Micro Devices Inc
5.933%  
MTCH
Match Group Inc
5.202%  
DISH
DISH Network Corp
5.159%  

BOTTOM

BALL
Ball Corp
18.583%  
DXC
DXC Technology Co
17.037%  
FTNT
Fortinet Inc
16.333%  
APA
APA Corp (US)
10.892%  
APTV
Aptiv PLC
9.723%  



SECURITIES

BONDS
NAME YIELD CHG
US 10-YR
2.685 +0.009
US 30-YR
2.962 +0.001
US 5-YR
2.794 +0.019
US 2-YR
3.055 +0.018
US 3-MO
2.483 +0.040
BUND 10-YR
0.811 +0.007
JPN 10-YR
0.158 -0.012
UK 10-YR
1.895 +0.008



FUTURES & COMMODITIES

NAME LAST CHG %CHG
*OIL
88.9400 +0.400 +0.450
*NAT GAS
8.12400 +0.002 +0.020
*GOLD
1,803.2 -3.700 -0.200
*SILVER
20.0700 -0.052 -0.260
*WHEAT
782.000 -0.500 -0.060
*COPPER
3.50800 +0.027 +0.760


CURRENCIES

NAME LAST CHG %CHG
JPY/USD
0.7520 -0.001 -0.093
USD INDEX
105.92 +0.23 +0.21
USD/JPY
133.03 +0.18 +0.14
GBP/USD
1.2140 -0.002 -0.14
EUR/USD
1.0220 -0.002 -0.186
USD/CAD
1.2880 +0.002 +0.13
AUD/USD
0.6950 -0.002 -0.244
 

Job report: The key economic report of the week comes before the opening bell when the Labor Department is expected to say the U.S. economy added 250,000 new nonfarm jobs in July.

"It won't be like the 372,000 we saw in June," said Joanie Bily, Workforce Analyst.It would mark the weakest job growth since December 2020, consistent with other data showing cooling labor market. The unemployment rate is anticipated to hold steady at 3.6% for the fifth month in a row.


Tesla shareholders approve stock split, Tesla Shareholders have approved a three-for-one stock split. Preliminary results of the shareholder vote were announced at the company's annual meeting at its factory in Austin, Texas. CEO Elon Musk also discussed a major factory expansion and might announce another factory site this year, and it expects to have about a dozen in the future.

Amazon workers walk out on pay discontent, Hundreds of Amazon workers at a warehouse in Tilbury in southeast England have walked out in protest over pay, the trade union GMB said, the latest sign of labour force discontent as the rising cost-of-living sparks strikes across sectors.

Amazon, which dominates the online retail marketplace, has faced criticism from workers in many countries over pay and conditions. "Amazon continues to reject working with trade unions to deliver better working conditions and fair pay. Their repeated use of short-term contracts is designed to undermine worker’s rights," the union said on Thursday.



Elon Musk dismisses private airport idea, Billionaire Elon Musk owns a lot of things. A private airport apparently won't be among them. 

The chief executive of Tesla and SpaceX took to Twitter to dismiss reports he's planning to build his own airport near Bastrop, Texas, a town roughly 20 miles east of Tesla’s new Gigafactory and global headquarters in Austin. Musk said it would be "silly" to build a private airport five minutes away from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.He did suggest, however, that the airport needs another runway. "Austin is growing fast!" he said.










SPOT MARKET  BY THE HOUR AS OF GMT 09:45  08-05-22

European Market, The Euromarket bourses are showing red across the board. London's FTSE decreased by 0.15% to 7,436.64, Germany's DAX declined by 0.15% to 13,641.64 while France's CAC also slowed by 0.47% to 6,482.91. 

Asia Market
Asian stocks The investors' sentiments are positive as all the bourses are trending upward. Tokyo's Nikkei 225 index increased by 0.87% to 28,175.87, China's Shanghai grew by 1.19% to 3,227.03 while Hang Seng in Hong Kong also jumped by 0.14% to 20,201.94.



Cryptocurrencies, at an intraday range of $22,625.51 by the hour and a maximum of $23,427.51 in 24 hours.
























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