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Global market sentiment has improved to start the first week of 2023. Wall Streetand Dow Jones Standard & Poor’s 500 And Nasdaq The 100 rose by 1.23%, 1.19%, and 0.87%, respectively. across the Atlantic, the FTSE 100 index And Dax 40 profit of 2.49% and 4.93%, respectively. Meanwhile, in the Asia-Pacific region, Hang Seng index and ASX 200 It increased by 6.33% and 1.28%, respectively.
Moving on to currencies, it was a mixed bag for U.S. dollar. the euro And Japanese Yen It was a poor performer, though Australian dollars And British pound excelled. You would have to look at the Treasury yields to see where the real story was. The 10-year interest rate fell by the most since February 2022. Lower bond yields helped gold It rose 2.38%, the highest level since late November.
Traders focused on the slowdown in average hourly earnings and the failure of the US ISM services data, which moderated the Fed’s hawkish policy bets in the long run. Meanwhile, improving confidence in the Chinese economy helped push the yuan higher as the Hang Seng Index closed at its highest level since July 2021. Warm weather in Europe helped push Crude oil minimum.
In the future, all eyes will be on the closely watched United States inflation Report due Thursday. Average hourly earnings are likely to set expectations for a further slowdown in CPI. Meanwhile, GBP traders await the latest UK news gross domestic product Numbers. What else is in store for the markets next week?
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How did the markets perform – week 1/02
S&P 500, FTSE 100, Hang Seng forecasts of different levels of delirium
Depending on which benchmark “risk” asset you’re referring to, it would seem that the fundamental outlook for global markets was encouraging – borderline exceptional. The truth is higher rates and a potential recession and other issues follow. So what can be learned from the S&P 500’s hold, the FTSE 100’s near records and the Hang Seng rally?
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