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US Stocks Fall in Dollars, Bond Declines and Market Profits Decline: Market Analysis

The Treasury rate of return rose to a six-week high, the dollar fell, and the US stock market withdrew to a record high.

The S & P 500 has achieved continuous profits for three consecutive weeks thanks to the turnover of some investor's growth value into equities. The European and Asian stock indexes ended with a rise in stock prices, alleviating trade insecurity and stimulating new central banks.

“We will see market fluctuations,” said Alan Adelman, senior fund manager at Frost Investment Advisors. “We saw it this week-the absolute price will never come, but we will see fluctuations.”

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The pound recorded the highest weekly profits since May after the Times saw possible progress in the disputed Brexit negotiations related to the Irish backstop. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet EU President Jean-Claude Junkel next week. The euro has retired most government bonds in an attempt to support the growth of the European Central Bank, which was bullish this week.

Next month, trade optimism is growing more than the high-level dialogue expected among the largest economies in the world.

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Mike Loewengart, Vice President of Investment Strategy at E * TRADE Financial Corp, said, “We were able to continue to see the momentum of the retail sector on holiday spending and maturity inflation. Other sectors of the economy. “The core focus and tariff increases between the US and China can threaten this important indicator.”

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WTI crude, on the other hand, has fluctuated around $ 55 a barrel and is expected to fall weekly in 2020 with a “very difficult” surplus warning from the International Energy Agency (EPA).

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  • The S & P 500 index was almost unchanged at 3,009.68 at 1:52 pm. The best New York time for over 6 weeks.

  • The Dow Jones Industrial Average increased by 0.2% to 27,236.58, the highest value for 7 consecutive weeks for 8 consecutive weeks.

  • The Nasdaq Composite Index fell 0.2% to 8,179.89.

  • The Stoxx Europe 600 index rose 0.3% to 391.79, the highest in 10 weeks.
    The German DAX index increased by 0.5% to 12,468.53, recording the highest for the first time in 7 consecutive weeks for 8 weeks.


  • The Bloomberg dollar spot index fell by 0.2% to 1,206.32, the lowest at 3%.

  • The 2-year bond yield was 1.79% for the first time in 7 weeks, marking the highest for over 6 weeks.

  • The 10-year bond yield recorded 11 basis points at 1.88%, the highest increase over 8 months, the highest for the first time in 6 consecutive months for 8 weeks.

  • The German 10-year yield gained 7 basis points, with -0.45%, the highest among more than 6 weeks to the largest development in the week.

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  • West Texas intermediate crude is the lowest for over a week at $ 55.03, down 0.1% barrels.

  • Gold fell 0.6% at $ 1,490.40 per ounce.

 -With the help of Andrew Cinko and Laura Curtis

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