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Late Equity Roundup: Materials and Defense Shares Lead Rebound

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Stocks back near opening levels after the FI bell, with light selling into late session highs at the moment. Higher than expected Nov jobs gain of +263k (+200k est) not high enough to seriously dampen expectations of a step-down to 50bp hike at Dec 14 FOMC -- triggered dip buyers through the session.

  • Stocks gained further support after headlines the EU has agreed to put a "$60 price cap" on "Russia oil exports" (Tsys bounced/US$ weakened, but no react in WTI or Brent crude, however). SPX eminis currently trade -13 (-0.32%) at 4068.75; DJIA -20.64 (-0.06%) at 34374.28; Nasdaq -42.4 (-0.4%) at 11440.34.
  • SPX leading/lagging sectors: Materials (+1.10%) w/ Albermarle Corp (ALB) +3.45%, FMC Corp (FMC) +3.21% and Sherwin-Williams (SHW) +2.99%; Industrials (+0.57%) lead by capital goods, specifically aerospace and defense shares: Huntington Ingalls Ind (HII) +4.08%, Boeing (BA) +4.30%, Northrop Grumman (NOC) +3.15%. Laggers: After making decent gains the last few sessions Information Technology sector underperforming (-1.35%), weighed by semiconductor shares (AMD -2.37%, Micron -1.89%, Intel -1.74%).
  • Dow Industrials Leaders/Laggers: Boeing (BA) +7.41 at 183.19, Honeywell (HON) +1.19 at 218.58, PG +1.27 at 150.52. Laggers: Salesforce.com (CRM) continued the week's slide -2.76 at 144.24, Goldman Sachs (GS) -4.10 at 380.51, Chevron (CVX) falling late as crude traded weaker (CVX) -1.57 at 180.92.
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Stocks back near opening levels after the FI bell, with light selling into late session highs at the moment. Higher than expected Nov jobs gain of +263k (+200k est) not high enough to seriously dampen expectations of a step-down to 50bp hike at Dec 14 FOMC -- triggered dip buyers through the session.

  • Stocks gained further support after headlines the EU has agreed to put a "$60 price cap" on "Russia oil exports" (Tsys bounced/US$ weakened, but no react in WTI or Brent crude, however). SPX eminis currently trade -13 (-0.32%) at 4068.75; DJIA -20.64 (-0.06%) at 34374.28; Nasdaq -42.4 (-0.4%) at 11440.34.
  • SPX leading/lagging sectors: Materials (+1.10%) w/ Albermarle Corp (ALB) +3.45%, FMC Corp (FMC) +3.21% and Sherwin-Williams (SHW) +2.99%; Industrials (+0.57%) lead by capital goods, specifically aerospace and defense shares: Huntington Ingalls Ind (HII) +4.08%, Boeing (BA) +4.30%, Northrop Grumman (NOC) +3.15%. Laggers: After making decent gains the last few sessions Information Technology sector underperforming (-1.35%), weighed by semiconductor shares (AMD -2.37%, Micron -1.89%, Intel -1.74%).
  • Dow Industrials Leaders/Laggers: Boeing (BA) +7.41 at 183.19, Honeywell (HON) +1.19 at 218.58, PG +1.27 at 150.52. Laggers: Salesforce.com (CRM) continued the week's slide -2.76 at 144.24, Goldman Sachs (GS) -4.10 at 380.51, Chevron (CVX) falling late as crude traded weaker (CVX) -1.57 at 180.92.