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October 11, 2021

MAJOR INDEXES
Market reports as of 8th October 2021

NAME                  LAST  CHG %CHG
S&P 500                       4391.340 -8.420 -0.19
NASDAQ                  14579.54 -74.48 -0.51
DJIA                         34746.25 -8.690 -0.03
*FTSE                      7095.550* 17.5100 0.250
*NIKKEI              28498.20* 449.26 1.600
*HSI                  25290.23* 452.38 1.820
*SHANGHAI          3591.920* -0.240 -0.01
VIX                           18.770000 UNCH0 0.000
*DAX                    15206.13* UNCH0 0.000



S&P500 MARKET MOVERS

TOP

APA
APA Corp (US)
6.842%  
HES
Hess Corp
6.626%  
EOG
EOG Resources Inc
5.525%  
COP
Conocophillips
4.769%  
MRO
Marathon Oil Corp
4.622%  


BOTTOM

CTXS
Citrix Systems Inc
5.652%  
HBI
HanesBrands Inc
4.977%  
CHTR
Charter Communications Inc
4.828%  
CMCSA
Comcast Corp
4.704%  
CARR
Carrier Global Corp
3.468%  



SECURITIES

BONDS

NAME YIELD CHG
US 10-YR 1.6120 +0.041
US 30-YR 2.1660 +0.033
US 5-YR 1.0560 +0.037
US 2-YR 0.3200 +0.013
US 3-MO 0.0510 -0.002
BUND 10-YR -0.123 +0.024
JPN 10-YR 0.088 +0.001
UK 10-YR 1.1960 +0.035



FUTURES & COMMODITIES

NAME LAST CHG %CHG
*OIL 80.810 +1.4600 +1.84
*NAT GAS 5.7240 +0.1590 +2.86
*GOLD 1,754.5 -2.9000 -0.17
*SILVER 22.655 -0.0500 -0.22
*WHEAT 735.00 +1.0000 +0.14
*COPPER 4.3330 +0.0570 +1.33



CURRENCIES

NAME LAST CHG %CHG
JPY/USD 0.8860 -0.005 -0.52
USD INDEX 94.080 +0.010 +0.01
USD/JPY 112.78 +0.560 +0.50
GBP/USD 1.3660 +0.005 +0.36
EUR/USD 1.1580 +0.001 +0.10
USD/CAD 1.2450 -0.002 -0.18
AUD/USD 0.7340 +0.003 +0.44



Analyst View
The US markets stock indexes responded with a decline in performance to the September jobs data which fell short of estimates and the  Senate passage of a short-term increase to the debt limit. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 8 points, or 0.02%, while the S&P 500 index and the Nasdaq Composite index declined 0.19% and 0.51%, respectively. 

Meanwhile, the Senate passed a measure that would raise the debt ceiling by $480 billion, giving the Treasury enough money to pay bills until Dec. 3.

European bourses were modestly lower with Germany’s DAX 30 losing 0.29% and France’s CAC 40 sliding 0.61%. Britain's FTSE 100 gained 0.25%,  

In Asia, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index added 0.55%, China’s Shanghai Composite advanced 0.67% and Japan’s Nikkei 225 gained 1.34%.

In the commodities market, West Texas Intermediate crude oil hit $80 intraday before closing up $1.05 to $79.35 a barrel, its highest close in seven years. Gold, meanwhile, slipped $1.60 to $1,756.30 an ounce.

 




 








SOURCE: CNBC
IMAGE SOURCE: PIXABAY












For the week all three of the major averages posted gains with Dow gaining over 1%.