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Chris Wood expects sharp rebound in crude oil demand; energy index outperforms FAANG, S&P 500

So far this year, the S&P Energy index has zoomed 46.9%, outperforming the S&P 500 which has managed to jump 13%.

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US stock investors must stay cautious despite economic rebound; watch cycles, tax, inflation, policy

Morgan Stanley analysts believe that a broader correction may be overdue for US equities now.

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Facebook, Apple, others surge as tech stocks regain steam on Wall Street; now eyes on Fed meet

In the present week, Wall Street investors are likely to eye the US Federal Reserve Monetary Policy meeting.

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Money Trap: The return of the finance threat?

Central banks’ codependent relationship with the financial sector has worsened wealth inequality during the pandemic

The financial sector thus continued to grow markedly, both in absolute terms and relative to national economies.

IT sector valuations on Wall Street now reasonable; remain optimistic despite volatility

Year-to-date the S&P 500 IT index has soared 8%. In the first half of May, the index saw a sharp fall.

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AMC, other meme stocks retreat from highs on Wall Street; another crash coming for Reddit traders?

Since the end of May, AMC Entertainment stock price is up 83%, while BlackBerry is up 38%, and Bed Bath & Beyond is up 14%.

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Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors eye Washington talks after big rally in infrastructure shares

Expectations of spending from Washington on bridges, roads, and tunnels bolstered so-called value stocks, especially the industrials and materials sectors, both up around 20% this year, ahead of the 12.5% gain for the S&P 500

Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors eye Washington talks after big rally in infrastructure shares

U.S. Stocks: Wall Street rises as jobs report calms inflation worries

The S&P index recorded 42 new 52-week highs and no new lows, while the Nasdaq recorded 61 new highs and eight new lows.

U.S. Stocks Snapshot: Wall Street opens higher as jobs report tempers inflation worries

U.S. Stocks: Wall Street opens lower as focus shifts to service sector data

The Nasdaq Composite was down 130.30 points, or 0.95%, at 13,626.02.Shares of AMC Entertainment reversed sharp gains to fall 12.7% after launching its second share issue in three days.

U.S. Stocks: Wall Street opens lower as focus shifts to service sector data

Fragmented movement ahead for Wall Street; covid hit stocks may rise driven by pent-up demand

Although growth stocks have outperformed over the last decade on Wall Street, as the US economy inching closer to the old normal, market leadership has moved toward value-oriented and cyclical names.

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Oil stocks to benefit from re-opening trade on Wall Street, says Chris Wood; Shell, Exxon, BP in focus

Chris Wood said that oil is the commodity most geared to the re-opening trade as the vaccine rollout proceeds.

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Wall Street comfortable around all-time highs, but beware! It may not be smooth-sailing ahead

Equity benchmark indices on Wall Street are still sitting near all-time highs even though different sectors and asset classes have seen some corrections recently.

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Global fund managers fear inflation more than covid-19; remain bullish on growth expectations

The bullish bias of fund managers is reflected well in the low cash levels they have been sitting on. BofA showed that cash levels are as low as 4.1%, implying that most of the investable money available has been invested.

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US Stocks: Wall Street extends recovery after strong business surveys

Every major S&P sector was higher, with economy-linked financials and energy providing the biggest boost.

US Stocks: Wall Street extends recovery after strong U.S. business surveys

Wall Street falls for third day on inflation jitters, crypto plunge

Tesla Inc, which has invested in the digital currency, dropped 4.2%, while payments companies Mastercard , Square and PayPal that accept crypto payments fell between 0.6% and 3.2%.

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S&P 500 upside capped from current levels; Morgan Stanley says valuations remain high

Now, as the US economy attempts to leap back to the old normal, earnings expectations are catching up. Companies are turning profitable, helped by the policy support extended amid the pandemic.

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Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft stocks fall even as Wall Street claimed fresh highs last week

Big tech names, collectively called the FAANGM stocks have been moving southward. In the last one week of trade, Dow Jones and the S&P 500 surged nearly 2% each while the tech-heavy NASDAQ slipped.

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Wall Street in control of bulls; Chris Wood says these factors will continue to aid market momentum

Dow Jones has now surged a massive 78% from March 2020 lows, while S&P 500 is up 81%, and NASDAQ has zoomed 97% in the same time frame.

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Re-opening US economy already priced in by Wall Street; Morgan Stanley downgrades small-caps

Currently, markets are flooded with liquidity and benchmark indices are scaling fresh highs but valuations suggest the risk is elevated.

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Wall Street inches closer to pre-covid normal; is it now time to ditch the stay-at-home trade?

Amid a global lockdown, Wall Street saw a massive surge in the so-called ‘stay-at-home’ stocks.

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No time to turn defensive on Wall Street; Morgan Stanley says there’s more steam in cyclical trades

Lisa Shalett believes it is time for investors to rebalance their portfolios but keep cyclicals and value stocks at the core.

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Valuations of shipping stocks still inexpensive; Jefferies bullish on these Wall Street shares

Among tanker companies listed on Wall Street, Jefferies has a ‘buy’ rating on six and a ‘hold’ rating on two. 

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Wall Street investors await Tesla, Apple, Amazon earnings along with Biden’s tax proposal next week

The last week of April will see companies such as Elon Musk’s Tesla, Microsoft, Alphabet, General Electric, Apple, Boeing, Facebook, Qualcomm, Ford, Amazon, Mastercard, and Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway report their

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Infrastructure super-cycle on Wall Street; Morgan Stanley believes these sectors could benefit

Wall Street could soon benefit from the massive infrastructure spending being planned by the Joe Biden administration.

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Global fund managers believe S&P 500 will outperform in 2021; tech stocks gaining investor interest

34% of survey participants believe that S&P 500 could be the best investment for 2021, dethroning emerging markets that were the most favoured trade till last month.

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S&P 500 earnings expected to surge 17.7% on year from pandemic lows; these sectors may lead recovery

Wall Street listed companies are set to bounce back strongly after the sharp 14.7% fall in earnings reported in the first quarter of 2020.

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No bubble on Wall street yet; Goldman Sachs says equity risk premium still attractive for investors

Currently, the equity risk premium or the stock earnings yield relative to bond yields is at a positive 2.9%.

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