Zigzag and Record High Market with the Dominated Neutral Sentiment
Many of the liquid Indexes performed zigzag movement in direction for the past week globally. However, U.S S&P 500 closed higher about 0.72% and set a new record high. The Nasdaq Index outperformed and ended with the weekly gain of about 2.65% with a sharp increase in technology stocks. In contrast, The Russel 2000 Index booked a weekly loss of about -1.77%. No weekly changes in the Dow index movement.
The European shares booked a significant loss for the week about -0.9 to -1.66%, followed by a most considerable gain past week. The recent surge in the new coronavirus cases is the primary concern for the European market. However, During the week, the Euro reached its highest value relative to the dollar since May 2018. Partly on the view that the Eurozone economy would recover faster from coronavirus lockdowns than the U.S.
The Indexes from the APAC region were mixed in trend. ASX 200 and Hang Seng Indexes closed with a modest loss of about -0.25%. New Vaccine development and supporting policies has made Nifty India outperformed within the APAC region. Nifty marked as a weekly gain of about 1.73 %. On the hand, Kospi-100 booked a significant loss of about -4.27% for the week.
Weekly market movement
Gold remained in the sideways movement and booked a marginal weekly loss of around -0.31% and a ninth row of weekly gain. Oil closed lower about -1% for the week.
The below charts show the trend in news sentiment for the week. The news sentiment is dominated by a neutral mode, despite the better than expected corporates earnings and increasing in July home sales last Friday’s data
However, the Russel 2000 Index shows a strong positive sentiment trend for the week. Despite the economic recovery, The Dax and FTSE 100 Indexes from Europen zone, proving the negative in sentiment direction. The rest of the significant liquid global Indexes are in the neutral mode for the week.
The critical events for the past week include better corporate earnings and home sales increased on last Friday data. These are the positive sign for the market. On the other side, European countries (Italy, Spain) tighten restriction as coronavirus cases climb and US-China tensions are devastating news for the week. This mixed contents may halt the market from a rally or reverse the market to the downward direction
Sentiment Trend Chart
The following critical economic indicator and earnings reports will be the deciding factors for the future market direction for the week. The factors include consumer confidence on Tuesday, durable goods on Wednesday, and personal income and spending on Friday (https://www.investing.com/earnings-calendar/).
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