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Late last week, the market was hit with the news that the US and China had reached an understanding on a number of contentious questions, with Washington agreeing to not impose additional tariffs and Beijing agreeing to purchase more agricultural goods. There were also some minor deals on currency and intellectual property. However, this was not really a resolution to the trade war; rather, it was more like a temporary de-escalation. Here are the reasons why markets need the rollback to continue.
There is much debate on whether the US economy is heading for a recession. Certainly, it
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 27,025.88 on Thursday with a gain of 23.90 points or 0.09%. The S&P 500 closed at 2,997.95 for a gain of 8.26 points or 0.28%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 8,156.85 for a gain of 32.67 points or 0.40%. The VIX Volatility Index was higher at 13.82 for a gain of 0.14 points or 1.02%.
Thursday’s market movers
U.S. indexes gained Thursday with positive Brexit news. The U.K. and European Union have agreed on a deal that must be passed by Britain’s parliament, with a vote scheduled for Saturday.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 26,816.59 on Friday with a gain of 319.92 points or 1.21%. The S&P 500 closed at 2,970.27 for a gain of 32.14 points or 1.09%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 8,057.04 for a gain of 106.26 points or 1.34%. The VIX Volatility Index was lower at 15.53 for a loss of 2.04 points or -11.61%
For the week, the S&P 500 gained 0.6% and the Dow Jones and Nasdaq were both up approximately 0.9%. For the year, the Nasdaq is up 21.4%, the S&P 500 is up 18.5% and the Dow Jones is
Public companies have seen their earnings fall, in aggregate, over the past several months. That is not a great sign for the health of the bull market, which is driven in large part by expectations of companies’ growth. When those expectations fall short, the market can stumble. As we discussed in a recent research note, analysts often view such “earnings recessions” as an indicator of economic weakness, though the relationship between corporate earnings and economic health is somewhat fluid.
At present, Wall Street analysts appear starkly divided on what the consequences of a continued earnings recession
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Short-term costs for long-term gains
It’s no news to anyone that we are living in a historically weird time for monetary policy. Interest rates have been kept exceptionally low for over a decade since the global financial crisis, there are trillions of dollars of bonds with negative yields in the market and the Federal Reserve has recently begun cutting rates again, just a few years after embarking on a hiking cycle. This raises the question: Just how effective is modern central bank policy? This note from Morgan Stanley (MS) Chief Cross-Asset Strategist Andrew Sheets attempts to answer the question.
Slowing growth, lower rates
Morgan Stanley (MS)'s analysts have been banging the drum on an economic slowdown for months now. In particular, they have drawn attention to a slowing business cycle and falling corporate margins and profits. They also believe that investors are scapegoating trade tensions and the Federal Reserve’s recent interest rate activity, and are ignoring deteriorating fundamentals. A research note from the bank this week discusses a possible way for the U.S. to combat recession -- fiscal stimulus.
Recession are natural
It’s important to note that the bank does not believe in using policy to avoid a recession -- far
U.S. unemployment is low and consumers are happy. So why are some institutions forecasting a recession? In a recent research note, Morgan Stanley (MS)'s Chief Cross-Asset Strategist Andrew Sheets offered an argument for why investors should pay more attention to industrial and trade data than consumer confidence.
The canary in the coalmine
Consumer activity makes up around 70% of the U.S. economy, and consumer-centric data has been good lately. Unemployment is near all-time lows, property prices are rising, interest rates are being lowered and consumer confidence surveys report happy buyers. Why then do institutions like Morgan Stanley examine industrial
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The financial sector may not benefit from a dovish Federal Reserve, but some prominent investors are still finding it attractive and loading up.
Year to date, the SPDR Financials ETF (XLF) climbed 11.17%, a moderate performance over a period in which all S&P 500 sectors have gained. Energy, the worst performer, edged up 0.77%, while the best performer, technology, soared 27.57% and the index overall jumped 15.7%.
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Archer-Daniels Midland Co. (ADM)
The guru increased his position by 115.38% in the first quarter and by 21.43% in the second quarter. The stock has a weight of 0.89% in the equity portfolio.
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Summer is an odd time of year. The weather is hot, no one is working and everyone should be relaxing. And yet somehow August always seems to throw up some adverse market event. In this latest note from Morgan Stanley’s (MS) chief equity strategist, we examine why this is, and what the dog days of summer may have in store for us this year.
What’s the deal with late summer?
It’s a commonly held belief that the back-end of summer is a poor period for stocks, but is this actually true? As it turns out, yes: