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The selling was intense. Home sales rise again in July but so do prices. And with a possible rate hike on the horizon, is the housing market at a turning point? The selling today was serious. It intensified into the close and the damage was ugly.
Games for the year gone. As stocks fell, so did bond yields. The ten-year yield hovering around 2 percent, its lowest in about four months.
Much of the selling had to do with uncertainty over the timing of a rate hike by the Federal Reserve and over concerns about growth across the globe.
Groundhog Day again, the same gloom and doom. Asia down again, Europe down again, U. Traders continued to cite a big sense of dread and unease hitting the market for several days now. The dread and unease centers on, first, fear of a global growth slowdown, particularly in China and Brazil. Second, weakness in emerging market currencies, which could trigger a cascading series of economic problems overseas.
This concern over collateral damage is a real worry for traders. It ranges from concerns that high-yield funds will fall further to worries traders will start selling better performing sectors to cover their losses. Six stocks declining for every one advancing on heavier than normal volume.
All sectors were down 1. The Dow Jones Industrial represented the declines well. CSCO were down 2 to 4 percent. Is it for real or just a head fake? A weaker dollar is supportive of oil.
But also, a hurricane brewing down south headed towards the Gulf. The reality is that there has been way too much oversupply and too much excitement about the fact that the U.
We actually need it to drop production in order to bring to us to some sort of balance. Saudi Arabia continues to pump So, where do oil prices go from here and will we see that three handle soon or ever?
In the second quarter, our markets got excited about the fact that rebalancing was happening. But all of those supply forces are holding up. So, it seems like this rebalancing process might be longer and more painful than thought.
So look out, that three handle may not be far off. Gold prices also rose today to their highest level in five weeks.Jul 20, · Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Nasdaq is sitting at an all-time high but that might just be hiding a big problem in tech. Plus – they’re back. Interest-only loans for housing.
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