Why Stocks Dropped Yesterday (It Wasn’t CPI)
What’s in Today’s Report:
- Why Stocks Dropped Yesterday (It Wasn’t CPI)
- EIA Analysis and Oil Market Update
Futures are enjoying a mild bounce following Wednesday’s losses as global yields are stable while U.S. bond markets are closed.
10 year Bund and GILT yields are little changed and that, combined with the bond market closure in the U.S., is allowing stocks to rebound.
Economically, British IP missed estimates (-0.4% vs. (E) 0.1%) while monthly GDP slightly beat (0.6% vs. (E) 0.5%).
Today is Veterans Day and as such, the bond markets are closed and there will be no economic reports and no Fed speakers. So, GILT and Bund yields will partially dictate trading and as long as they don’t rise, stocks can continue this early rebound from yesterday’s losses.