Dow Jones: correction risk dominates below 34,000

Wall Street is marking time after a major rebound of 20% in 3 weeks US stock markets are marking time in the short term after three strong weeks of gains, particularly the Dow Jones which rebounded 17% from its October low. Stock markets benefited from investor speculation of possible less-than-expected monetary tightening from the Fed … Read more

SP 500: Wall Street resumes its decline

Inflation figures will be decisive in the short term for Wall Street The New York Stock Exchange resumed its downtrend yesterday after a few rebound sessions. The tighter-than-expected outcome of the midterm elections, the rout in the crypto market and the disappointing quarterly results of Walt Disney (-13.2%) and a number of growth stocks like … Read more

Russell: Wall Street picks up while waiting for the CPI

Wall Street regains height while awaiting inflation figures The New York Stock Exchange is picking up, the S&P 500 and the Russell 2000 rising nearly 2% since Thursday, benefiting from a mixed employment report and statements from some Fed members. Job creations came out well above expectations, at 261k against 200k expected, but the unemployment … Read more

Dow Jones: Powell upsets Wall Street, which is starting a reversal

Jerome Powell dampens hopes of a Fed pivot Hopes of a Fed pivot were dashed by Jerome Powell’s speech last night. Major US indexes fell late on Wednesday, with the Nasdaq 100 and Russell 2000 down more than 3% and the Dow Jones down 1.5%. The central bank president warned that there remains significant uncertainty … Read more

SP 500: towards a continued rebound while waiting for the Fed

Wall Street continues to rebound while waiting for the Fed The New York Stock Exchange ended up sharply on Friday, driven by good results from cyclical companies such as Caterpillar (+3.3%) and Honeywell (+4.3%) and statistics deemed reassuring on inflation which revived investors’ risk appetite ahead of the Fed meeting. The sharp drop in … Read more

Elon Musk announces completion of Twitter takeover

Billionaire Elon Musk announced overnight Thursday that it had completed the acquisition of Twitter. According to the American press, the billionaire has already dismissed several leaders of the social network, including its CEO Parag Agrawal. Former US President Donald Trump said Twitter is now “in good hands”. Elon Musk, boss of Tesla and the richest … Read more

S&P 500: Wall Street returns to test key resistance at 3800 points

Wall Street rebounds amid possible slowdown in Fed tightening The rebound of the American stock market is confirmed. Wall Street has been taking a slightly more precise direction since Friday after several weeks of ups and downs thanks to a possible slowdown in the Fed’s monetary tightening from December, according to an article in the … Read more

Nasdaq 100: Wall Street could attempt a rebound from its support at 11,000 points

Wall Street retraces key short-term support levels The New York Stock Exchange ended sharply lower on Thursday, weighed down by Apple’s excessive loss (-4.9%) following the demotion of Bank of America, which went from a buy recommendation to neutral , on concerns about negative earnings estimate revisions. Wall Street also faced concerns after the Cleveland … Read more

Russell 2000: support at 1640 points will be decisive

Consumer inflation expectations put pressure on stock markets Wall Street ended sharply lower on Friday, erasing much of its previous day’s gains amid concerns over inflation. The University of Michigan consumer confidence index showed rising inflation expectations for the coming years, raising fears of a tougher stance from the Fed. The median one-year inflation forecast … Read more

Nasdaq 100: Wall Street rebounds

Nasdaq 100 rebounds despite accelerating core inflation The New York Stock Exchange started a rebound yesterday after a difficult start to the session marked by higher than expected inflation figures which indicate more persistent inflation and therefore do not provide any reassurance on the pace of rise in interest rates. the Fed. The consumer price … Read more