|Bid||0.00 x 900|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||31.66 - 32.21|
|52 Week Range||25.59 - 56.64|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.89%|
Alan Valdes of Sliverbear Capital joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves. Here's the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average components as of 1:00 pm ET: MSFT Microsoft Corp 1.28% INTC Intel Corp 1.06% BA Boeing Co 0.96% PFE Pfizer Inc 0.91% NKE Nike Inc Cl B 0.81% AAPL Apple Inc 0.60% V Visa Inc 0.57% UTX United Technologies 0.44% JPM JPMorgan Chase & Co 0.37% MRK Merck & Co 0.27% HD(HB) Home Depot Inc 0.23% CSCO Cisco Systems 0.18% DIS Disney (Walt) Co 0.16% WMT Wal-Mart Stores 0.05% AXP American Express Co -0.02% XOM Exxon Mobil -0.02% UNH UnitedHealth Grp Inc -0.08% JNJ Johnson & Johnson -0.21% CAT Caterpillar Inc -0.23% IBM Intl Business Machines Corp -0.30% MMM 3M Co -0.31% GE General Electric Co -0.42% GS Goldman Sachs Grp -0.42% KO Coca-Cola Co -0.44% CVX Chevron Corporation -0.46% PG Procter & Gamble Cc -0.55% DWDP DowDuPont Inc -0.76% VZ Verizon Communications -0.81% TRV The Travelers Companies Inc -1.33% MCD McDonald's Corp -1.38%
Alan Valdes of Silverbear Capital joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves.
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves.
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A host of Trump’s anti-trade policies has been playing foul in the stock market, leading to increased market uncertainty and trade tensions between the United States and countries around the world. After both the United States and China reached an agreement and vowed not to launch a trade war against each other, Trump’s announcement to impose a hefty 25% tariff on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods escalated tensions between the two. Trump also plans to restrict Chinese investment in U.S. companies and limit the number of goods that these can sell to China.
US markets (VOO) were surprisingly resilient for the week ending June 1 despite increased political uncertainty, Italy’s political drama, and renewed anxiety about trade tensions. US equity markets had a positive close in May. Tech and small caps leading the charge and this week’s price action will likely depend on how markets react to renewed trade tensions. Last week, the Trump Administration slapped tariffs on Europe, Canada, and China.
Global markets mostly fell last week (ended May 25) as political uncertainty kept investors at bay. Donald Trump calling off the North Korea summit and later saying that the summit could still happen, political disturbances in Spain and Italy, and volatile crude oil prices all dragged down equity indexes. US indexes (VOO), however, showed a reduction in concerns about higher rates after the Fed indicated at its May meeting that it is alright with inflation overshooting its 2% target in the short term.
In its meeting, the FOMC indicated that US financial market volatility had increased since its last meeting in March. Members felt that low-volatility (VXX) strategies had been less prevalent in February, leading to market turmoil. The May meeting minutes indicated that members felt that US financial conditions had somewhat tightened in the inter-meeting period but that they remained accommodative—a signal that members were comfortable with the further tightening of financial conditions.
“Sadly, based on the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement, I feel it is inappropriate, at this time, to have this long-planned meeting,” Trump wrote in a letter. Late Wednesday, North Korea’s vice minister of foreign affairs had warned that if the U.S. called off the June 12 talks, a “nuclear-to-nuclear showdown” may ensue.
The S&P 500 Index (SPY) continued its negative run with another lower close in April. The Conference Board Leading Economic Index (or LEI) uses the performance of the S&P 500 Index (VOO) as one of the constituents of the LEI. The inclusion of the S&P 500 performance in the Conference Board Leading Economic Index (or LEI) is supported by econometric evidence, as some economists would argue that the stock markets are not a true reflection of the state of the economy.
US equity indexes finished the week that ended on May 18 on a negative note despite reports indicating that US-China trade negotiations had resulted in China agreeing to reduce its trade surplus with the United States by $200 billion. In a joint statement released on May 19, the United States and China revealed that China would increase its imports of US products and that both sides would work to resolve their economic and trade concerns. Volatility in the equity markets (VOO) in the week, however, was influenced by higher bond yields and an appreciating US dollar, which were pushed higher by the increased economic divergence between the United States and other developed economies.
US equity indexes finished the week that ended May 11 on a positive note as equity market bulls took control of the proceedings. Given the muted response to the Iran nuclear deal pullout, we can expect a further fall in volatility this week.