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Equity Roundup, Through 50-DMA, Energy Weighing


Stocks weaker after making moderate late overnight gains, SPX through Monday low and 50-dma (4011.7) ahead of the 4,000 psychological support as Energy and Materials sectors underperform.

  • Modest bounce off lows following recent headlines from Fed Bostic: If economic data start to show a clear slowing in inflation, it might give the Federal Reserve room to slow the pace of hikes from supersized 75 basis point moves.
  • Currently, SPX eminis trade -44.5 (-1.1%) at 3987.25; DJIA -268.83 (-0.84%) at 31831.55; Nasdaq -153 (-1.3%) at 11864.78.
  • Tsys go up stocks go down, Tsys go down stocks go down: Additional selling on back of recent risk-on support for Tsys amid pick-up in China/Taiwan tension over Drone warning shots earlier. Rates reverse course, short end goes offered following surge in JOLTs gain (+864k) with Aug NFP this Fri (+300k est).
  • SPX leading/lagging sectors: Financials -0.24%, followed by Health Care -0.35% and Real Estate -0.42%. Laggers: After making strong gains Monday, Energy sector -3.46%, followed by Materials -1.47% and Industrials -1.28%.
  • Dow Industrials Leaders/Laggers: Nike (NKE) -0.05 at 107.83, Verizon (VZ) -0.45 at 42.88, Intel (INTC) -0.53 at 32.41. Laggers: Caterpillar (CAT) -6.51 at 185.37, United Health (UNH) -5.41 at 524.36, Chevron (CVX) -4.81 at 159.82.

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