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October 13, 2021

MAJOR INDEXES
Market report for Monday, 12th October 2021

NAME                  LAST  CHG %CHG
S&P 500                       4,350.650 -10.540 -0.240
NASDAQ                  14,465.92 -20.280 -0.140
DJIA                         34,378.34 -117.72 -0.340
*FTSE                      7,092.520* -37.710 -0.530
*NIKKEI              28,140.28* -90.330 -0.320
*HSI                  24,962.59* UNCH0 UNCH
*SHANGHAI          3,561.760* 14.8300 0.4200
VIX                           19.660000 -0.1900 -0.960
*DAX                    15,133.310* -13.560 -0.090




S&P500 MARKET MOVERS


TOP

MGM
MGM Resorts International
9.613%  
ETSY
ETSY Inc
5.338%  
ENPH
Enphase Energy Inc
5.321%  
VFC
VF Corp
4.224%  
F
Ford Motor Co
3.645%  


BOTTOM

HPQ
HP Inc
4.082%  
CTXS
Citrix Systems Inc
3.940%  
MU
Micron Technology Inc
3.612%  
WDC
Western Digital Corp
3.507%  
BEN
Franklin Resources Inc
3.507%  




SECURITIES

BONDS

NAME YIELD CHG
US 10-YR 1.5840 +0.004
US 30-YR 2.0930 -0.012
US 5-YR 1.0790 +0.005
US 2-YR 0.3500 +0.002
US 3-MO 0.0580 +0.005
BUND 10-YR -0.099 -0.002
JPN 10-YR 0.0870 -0.006
UK 10-YR 1.13800 -0.013



FUTURES & COMMODITIES

NAME LAST CHG %CHG
*OIL 80.570 -0.070 -0.09
*NAT GAS 5.4450 -0.060 -1.09
*GOLD 1,762.5 +3.200 +0.18
*SILVER 22.730 +0.216 +0.96
*WHEAT 732.25 -1.7500 -0.24
*COPPER 4.3390 +0.014 +0.31




CURRENCIES

NAME LAST CHG %CHG
JPY/USD 0.8800 +0.00 +0.03
USD INDEX 94.370 -0.150 -0.150
USD/JPY 113.59 -0.010 -0.010
GBP/USD 1.3620 +0.003 +0.24
EUR/USD 1.1550 +0.002 +0.190
USD/CAD 1.2450 -0.002 -0.150
AUD/USD 0.7350 -0.000 -0.040




Analyst View
Investors will most likely trade cautiously because of the trending Inflation and the expected Consumer Price Index figures which are to be released by the Department of Labor today. It is a gauge of how inflation is pressuring costs for consumers.

Tuesday trading on Wall Street saw major indexes volatilising throughout the session, the S&P 500 pulled back for the third time consecutively erasing all the gains of last week, it slipped by 0.2% to 4,350.65. The Dow dropped 0.3% to 34,378.34. The Nasdaq slipped 0.1% to 14,465.92.

European stocks too were laid back with a decline due to the impact of the supply chain and energy crisis.

On the Asian turf, traders traded cautiously as they anticipate corporate earnings and inflationary effects on stocks.Tokyo's Nikkei 225 index fell 0.3% to 28,158.28 and the S&P/ASX 200 edged 0.1% lower to 7,276.80. The Shanghai Composite index declined 0.4% to 3,534.43. Seoul's Kospi gained 0.2% to 2,945.54. Hong Kong was closed for a holiday.

 

In commodity trading, U.S. benchmark crude oil lost 16 cents to $80.48 per barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. It gained 12 cents to $80.64 per barrel on Tuesday. Brent crude, the international standard, declined 16 cents to $83.26 per barrel.













SOURCE: CNBC
IMAGE SOURCE: PIXABAY