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Wall Street’s benchmark S&P 500 index inched higher on Friday in subdued trading, as traders largely stayed on the sidelines ahead of the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting next week. Trading in the S&P was muted, with the lowest daily trading volume since October 2022, suggesting investors were holding off on making large bets ahead of the US central bank’s meeting next week. “Markets jostled with weekly US jobs data that showed unemployment on the rise, giving the Fed more reason to consider a pause in rate hikes when it meets next week,” said Matt Britzman, equity analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown.
Stocks popped on Friday after the S&P 500 officially entered a bull market to end Thursday's trading session.
US stocks are motoring, but investors are not ready to celebrate just yet. This week’s gains in the blue-chip S&P 500 index mean it now stands more than 20 per cent above its October 2022 low, nudging the Wall Street benchmark into the widely-used definition of a bull market. “While many investors believe that passing this milestone puts markets in bull territory, it remains possible that we are seeing a bear market rally — a period of strong gains that occurs in the middle of a bear market,” said Solita Marcelli, chief investment officer for the Americas at UBS Global Wealth Management.
The 2023 recession is still coming, economists say. It just might not happen until 2024.
Wall Street stocks advanced on Thursday powered by gains in tech, while Treasuries rose after fresh data pointed to a cooling US labour market that would support the case for a pause of interest rate rises by the Federal Reserve next week. Investors returned to tech, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite adding 1 per cent and the NYSE Fang+ index of 10 highly traded tech stocks rising 2 per cent, reversing its losses from the previous session. The gains in US equities also came after fresh data showed the number of new applications for unemployment aid rose to 261,000, the highest level since October 2021 — bolstering hopes the Fed will refrain from raising rates at its meeting next week.
Stocks have now risen more than 20% since their October lows, marking a new bull market for the S&P 500.
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US stocks wavered Wednesday after an unexpected interest rate hike from Canada, a surprise drop in Chinese exports and economic headwinds flagged by the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) stoked fresh concerns about global growth.
US stocks fell on Wednesday dragged lower by tech, while Treasuries slid after an unexpected increase by the Bank of Canada stoked expectations that central banks may not be done raising rates. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite fell 1.3 per cent. The index has risen almost 8 per cent since the end of May, outperforming the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite over the same period, which have both risen 2 per cent.
Fundstrat head of research Tom Lee believes investors aren't bullish enough on a rally in the S&P 500 to continue throughout 2023.
The S&P 500's surge to start 2023 has investors increasingly wary on what might happen next for markets.
Wall Street stocks rose on Tuesday, led by financials and consumer discretionary stocks as investors consider the path forward for US monetary policy. Wall Street’s benchmark S&P 500 finished 0.2 per cent higher, just short of the technical bull-market territory it briefly entered on Monday after it had risen more than a fifth above its recent low in October 2022. Financial and consumer discretionary stock led the gains on the blue-chip index, with both sectors rising about 1 per cent. Regional banking stocks advanced, with the KBW Regional Banking index 5.4 per cent higher.
The S&P 500 flirted with a bull market as regional banks dominated the list of best-performing stocks in the index.
Stifel’s Barry Bannister says stocks still have some room to run this summer, but after that, the year could prove a “tale of two halves.”
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US stocks edged lower on Monday, trimming early gains, as investors weighed a much-anticipated product launch from tech giant Apple and continued hunting for clues about the future path of interest rate rises. Wall Street’s S&P 500 closed down 0.2 per cent, paring a small advance that had lifted the benchmark index more than a fifth above a recent low in October 2022 — briefly taking it into technical bull-market territory. Apple’s shares slid 0.8 per cent after the group unveiled a new “mixed-reality” headset, following gains of as much as 2.2 per cent in the run-up to the product launch.
US stocks fell Monday as investors digested weaker-than-expected economic data ahead of next week's Federal Reserve meeting. Strong jobs numbers and passage of the US debt ceiling bill sent major indexes higher last week.
The easy money policies of the Federal Reserve have created a "boom-bust cycle" that will ultimately end in a recession, according to the investment bank.
Despite a recent surge in stocks, Morgan Stanley sees an earnings recession on the horizon in 2023.
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