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September 27, 2021

MAJOR INDEXES

 
NAME                  LAST  CHG %CHG
S&P 500                       4455.480 6.500 0.150
NASDAQ                  15047.70 -4.54 -0.03
DJIA                         34798.00 33.18 0.100
*FTSE                      7051.480* -26.87 -0.38
*NIKKEI              30240.06* -8.750 -0.03
*HSI                  24206.20* 14.040 0.060
*SHANGHAI          3582.980* -30.09 -0.83
VIX                           17.75000 UNCH0 0.000
*DAX                    15531.75* UNCH0 0.000
 



S&P 500 MARKET MOVERS

TOP

MTCH
Match Group Inc
3.967%  
COST
Costco Wholesale Corp
3.306%  
EXPE
Expedia Group Inc
3.087%  
CCL
Carnival Corp
3.038%  
NCLH
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd
2.968%  


BOTTOM

NKE
Nike Inc
6.260%  
MRNA
Moderna Inc
5.381%  
ENPH
Enphase Energy Inc
2.943%  
WELL
Welltower Inc
2.846%  
EXR
Extra Space Storage Inc
2.590%  




SECURITIES

BONDS

NAME YIELD CHG
US 10-YR 1.449 -0.012
US 30-YR 1.978 -0.009
US 5-YR 0.945 -0.013
US 2-YR 0.270 -0.004
US 3-MO 0.038 +0.003
BUND 10-YR -0.236 -0.010
JPN 10-YR 0.056 -0.004
UK 10-YR 0.928 +0.006




FUTURES & COMMODITIES

NAME LAST CHG %CHG
*OIL 74.960 +0.980 +1.32
*NAT GAS 5.3040 +0.164 +3.19
*GOLD 1,757.2 +5.500 +0.31
*SILVER 22.660 +0.235 +1.05
*WHEAT 725.50 +1.750 +0.24
*COPPER 4.2910 +0.006 +0.13




CURRENCIES

NAME LAST CHG %CHG
JPY/USD 0.9030 +0.00 +0.04
USD INDEX 93.320 -0.010 -0.01
USD/JPY 110.67 -0.050 -0.05
GBP/USD 1.3680 -0.001 -0.04
EUR/USD 1.1710 -0.001 -0.07
USD/CAD 1.2620 -0.004 -0.28
AUD/USD 0.7270 +0.001 +0.18




Analyst View
On Wall Street, U.S. stocks rose for the second straight day, reversing the sharp pullback at the start of the week. The S&P 500 rose 1.2% to 4,448.98, Dow Jones gained 1.5% to 34,764.82, while the Nasdaq rose 1% to 15,052.24 to close the week.

Meanwhile, Japan’s benchmark advanced but other Asian markets were lower Friday amid concerns over troubled Chinese real estate developer Evergrande and the pandemic. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 jumped 2.1% to finish at 30,248.81 after reopening from Thursday's national holiday.  Hong Kong's Hang Seng declined 0.2% to 24,463.66, while the Shanghai Composite lost nearly 0.6% to 3,622.10.

Markets are expected to remain prone to volatilities, unstable sentiments, and negative shocks because the underlying market risks are yet to be addressed.

In energy trading, benchmark U.S. crude oil rose 7 cents to $73.37 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Brent crude, the international standard, added 20 cents to $77.45 a barrel.

In currency trading, the U.S. dollar rose to 110.52 Japanese yen from 110.30 yen. The euro cost $1.1737, little changed from $1.1736.