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June 10, 2022

MAJOR INDEXES

Market report as of June 9th, 2022  

NAME                  LAST  CHG %CHG
S&P 500                       4,017.8200 -97.950 -2.380
NASDAQ                  11,754.230 -332.04 -2.750
DJIA                         32,272.790 -638.11 -1.940
*FTSE                      7,419.6900* -56.520 -0.760
*NIKKEI              27,824.290* -422.24 -1.490
*HSI                  21,806.180 -62.870 -0.290
*SHANGHAI          3,284.830* 45.8800 1.4200
VIX                           26.140000 0.05000 0.1900
*DAX                    14,021.35* -177.45 -1.250



S&P500 MARKET MOVERS

TOP

NXPI
NXP Semiconductors NV
4.038%  
POOL
Pool Corp
2.340%  
DG
Dollar General Corp
1.703%  
TSCO
Tractor Supply Co
1.664%  
MHK
Mohawk Industries Inc
0.996%  

BOTTOM
MRNA
Moderna Inc
9.756%  
CCL
Carnival Corp
9.281%  
NCLH
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd
9.175%  
RCL
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd
8.285%  
EXPE
Expedia Group Inc
5.777%  



SECURITIES

BONDS
NAME YIELD CHG
US 10-YR
3.027 -0.0150
US 30-YR
3.150 -0.0200
US 5-YR
3.064 -0.0010
US 2-YR
2.833 +0.016
US 3-MO
1.299 +0.025
BUND 10-YR
1.401 -0.035
JPN 10-YR
0.250 -0.012
UK 10-YR
2.311 -0.014



FUTURES & COMMODITIES

NAME LAST CHG %CHG
*OIL
121.3300 -0.1800 -0.148
*NAT GAS
8.995000 +0.032 +0.36
*GOLD
1,847.30 -5.5000 -0.297
*SILVER
21.67500 -0.1420 -0.650
*WHEAT
1,066.25 -5.0000 -0.470
*COPPER
4.37600 -0.0050 -0.110



CURRENCIES
NAME LAST CHG %CHG
JPY/USD
0.7480 +0.003 +0.46
USD INDEX
103.26 +0.040 +0.04
USD/JPY
133.72 -0.610 -0.454
GBP/USD
1.2480 -0.001 -0.088
EUR/USD
1.0620 +0.000 +0.01
USD/CAD
1.2710 +0.001 +0.09
AUD/USD
0.7130 +0.003 +0.48
 

Analysts Views

U.S Markets, U.S. equity futures traded cautiously ahead of a much anticipated key reading on inflation. The major futures indexes suggest a mixed opening when trading begins on Wall Street.

The wide expectation is that the Fed will raise its key interest rate in the U.S. next week by half of a percentage point, the second straight increase of double the usual amount. Investors expect a third to hit in July. 

On Thursday, the S&P 500 dropped 2.4% to close at 4,017.82, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average sank 1.9% to 32,272.79. The Nasdaq composite tumbled 2.8% to 11,754.23.

Ticker Security Last Change Change %
I:DJI DOW JONES AVERAGES 32272.79 -638.11 -1.94%
SP500 S&P 500 4017.82 -97.95 -2.38%
I:COMP NASDAQ COMPOSITE INDEX 11754.22 -332.05 -2.75%

Unemployment data, A report showed slightly more U.S. workers filed for unemployment last week than economists expected. That’s a potentially negative signal, but the overall number still remains low.

Commodities, Oil prices fell on Friday, but remained near three-month highs on concerns over new COVID-19 lockdown measures in Shanghai.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude traded around $120 a barrel and was set for a seventh straight weekly increase. The price of gasoline in the U.S. continues a slow crawl toward $5.00 a gallon. The price on Friday morning was $4.986, according to AAA.

Treasury Bill, the yield on the 10-year Treasury was at 3.04%.

Consumer price index, the Bureau of Labor Statistics is expected to say the consumer price index rose 0.7% month-over-month in May. That’s up from a 0.3% increase in April. On a year-over-year basis watch for prices to jump 8.3% in May, unchanged from April’s rise. 

If you factor out volatile food and energy costs, the core consumer price index is anticipated to rise 0.5% for the month.

Bitcoin traded around $30,000.


SPOT MARKET  BY THE HOUR AS OF GMT 9:20  06-10-22

European Market, The investors' appetite is currently down with all Euro bourses negative across the board. London's FTSE declined by 0.98% to 7,402.74, Germany's DAX  slide by 1.51% to 13,985 while France's CAC followed suit by 1.28% to 6,277.00. 

Asia Market
Asian stocks The investors' sentiments are mixed. Tokyo's Nikkei 225 index decreased by 1.49% to 27,824.29, China's Shanghai increased by 1.42% to 3,284.83 while Hang Seng in Hong Kong also retreated by 0.29% to 21,806.18



Cryptocurrencies,
 at an intraday range of $29,550 by the hour and a maximum of $30,333.81 in 24 hours.


























SOURCE: CNBC
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