Stocks Edged Higher Despite Coronavirus Cases
Most global stocks extended their gains followed by the historic rally despite the rise in coronavirus cases. The job reports were mixed. The unemployment rate declined to 6.7% from 6.9%, but the participation rate also fell, indicating that more people exited the labour force. Spiking coronavirus cases and monthly jobs report lifted hopes that lawmakers to reach an agreement for a new stimulus package before the end of the year. The U.S benchmark Indexes rose about 1% to 2%. Nasdaq-100 Index outperformed.
The momentum in the European market halted after last month’s strong rally. Major European indexes were mixed. Dax-30 and FSE MIB Indexes closed negatively by -0.28% and -0.78, respectively. On the other hand, London’s FTSE-100 Index outperformed and climbed about 2.87% for the week
The most APAC Indexes continuing to maintaining the gain. Nifty-50 and Kospi-100 Indexes rose above 2% for the week. However, Hongkong’s Index HSI-50 closed lower modestly. Chinese stocks posted their third straight weekly gain, aided by reliable economic data. China’s Shanghai Composite rose above 1% for the week.
Weekly market movement
Gold climbed higher, about 3.26% for the week. The longer-term, We believe that gold goes looking towards the $2000.
Crude oil prices continued to climb further out of the hole they plunged into during the spring following a collapse in demand. The cost of U.S. crude on Friday rose above $46 per barrel for the first time in nine months, owing in part to a new production agreement reached by OPEC and other oil-producing nations. Energy shares bounced back after the deal.
The below figures illustrates the negative mode slightly dominates the overall global sentiments trend for the week. The News and social media sentiment for the significant U.S benchmark Indexes S&P-500 and Russel-2000 still on the positive value but the trend is moving towards the negative direction indicates market rallies likely to be paused or in negative mode.
The news sentiment of European benchmark Indexes remains mixed. Dax-30 Index is showing the strong downtrend in sentiment direction for the week. On the other hand, French Index CAC-40 turns into an optimistic view. FTSE-100 and FTSE MIB index sentiment remains neutral
The prominent APAC Indexes sentiments are in the mixed picture. Indexes ASX-200 and Nifty-50 are in a strong uptrend in sentiment direction for the week. On contrasts, Kospi-100 and Japan’s Nikkei-225 Indexes are in negative sentiment direction for the and turns into a positive direction. New coronavirus cases in Japan increased to record levels in late November, and public opinion on the government’s response to the pandemic has faltered.
Sentiment Trend Chart
The following critical economic data refer to https://www.fxstreet.com/economic-calendar released includes the small business optimism index on Tuesday, inflation on Thursday, and consumer sentiment on Friday.
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