Market Commentary-January 8

U.S. cash market started with somewhat a jittery price action and then was able to find its feet. Subsequent on from Friday's amazing gains, on Monday session we come across a more decisive move along with offers staying lifted as the day moved along. 

The question of the day: Is the bull market in Bonds over?The question of the day: Is the bull market in Bonds over?

Volumes also, improved as markets steadied together with optimism. The energy segment is without a doubt benefiting from this positivity, and that was undoubtedly one of the leading S&P500 sectors on Monday.

Utility companies were a drag following rumors that PG&E (-22%) looking into bankruptcy for a few of its business sectors.

Nonetheless, the broader market reaches their best levels ever since early December last year and once again being driven by the Nasdaq and reassured that the markets are experiencing fresh capital entering once again meant for such leaders as Netflix which in turn gain 6% on Monday's trading session. 

That made it easier for the Nasdaq index to take the lead with positive 1.26% return, with DJI  the loss of momentum towards the end closed up 0.42%, while the S&P500 delivered a positive 0.7% print.

Asia-Pacific trading markets were taking part in catch-up from Friday's after-hours news reports. The U.S. - China meeting last but not least started on Monday. However, the news story is not yet been heard of any sort of breakthrough.

Japans Nikkei index was the attractive star force finishing up almost 2.5%, however, see a somewhat boring trading day after the opening robustness found thin trading for the remainder of the session.

The H.K. Hang Seng and core Shanghai indices delivered close to 1% gain on the trading session, given that volumes had been well under 30-day averages.

An intriguing pattern on Mondays Eurozone markets, where enjoying hitting their high levels were witnessed in the morning session and then flipped negative. 

Well worth bringing up, however, is the muscle witnessed in the Euro Dollar versus the U.S. Dollar, as off-sets a great deal of the negative 0.4% drop observed in the core.


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