Market Back into the Historic High! U.S Sentiment Turns Positive.

The U.S Market back into the historic high level as optimism on economic recovery. The controlled Inflation report and a halt in the current upward interest rate rise support the market gains. But the major news was the U.S. prepared to inject a massive amount of fiscal stimulus into the economy. The U.S benchmark Indexes rallied about 2.6% to 7.38%. The midcap Index Russel-2000 outperformed. The Tech shares partially recovered from its previous week most significant decline.

The European benchmark Indexes rose sharply about 2% to 5% boosted by the U.S massive stimulus package, and the European Central Bank (ECB) pledged to buy more bonds to counter rising borrowing costs. Italian Index FTSE-MIB outperformed despite the increased daily cases of Covid-19 and the complication in the vaccination. The U.K GDP shrank about 2.9% from its forecasting level of 4.9%.

The APAC benchmark Indexes remains in mixed movement. The Indexes ASX-200, Kospi-100, Nikkei-225 and Nifty-50 were closed higher, about 0.62% to 2.96%, as a weekly gain. Nikkei-225 Index outperformed. The value stocks in Japan continued to outperform the growth stocks. On the other side, the Indexes HSI-50 and Shanghai Composite Index declined sharply, about 1.5%. The net inflows into Chinese stocks have turned neutral for the first time since November.

Weekly market movement

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Gold rose about 1.25% as a weekly gain. Oil price ended with a modest red mark, about -0.2%, as a weekly loss. With a sign of acceptance among the mainstream investors, the world’s largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, surpassed a record high of $60,000 on Sunday. (

Sentiment Analysis

The below figures shows the news and social media sentiment trend for the week. The U.S Sentiment trend turns in into a positive direction. The major U.S benchmark Indexes S&P-500, Dowjones-30 and Russel-2000 show the strong uptrend in sentiment direction for the week. The tech Index Nasdaq-100 in the neutral mode.

The major European benchmark Indexes show a mixed view in the sentiment direction. German,s Dax-30 Index turns to a neutral perspective. The Indexes CAC-40 AND FTSE- and FTSE-100 are showing a strong downtrend in the sentiment direction. On the other hand, The Index FTSE-MIB showing a solid bullish sentiment trend.

The Sentiment trend for the top APAC benchmark indexes remains mixed. The Indexes ASX-200 and Kospi-100 show the downtrend in sentiment direction. In contrasts, the Indexes Nikkei-225 and Nifty-50 show a strong uptrend in the sentiment direction. The rest remains neutral.

Sentiment Trend Chart

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The following critical economic data refer to  include retail sales growth, housing starts, Fed Funds target rate, and the leading economic indicators index

Sentiment Values

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Note: The sentiment scores applied as an additional overlay to your existing models to further improve performance.

Buy & Sell Signals

The below table shows the buy/sell signals generated based on InfoTrie’s proprietary Investment/ Trading models. These models developed using technical, fundamental, quantitative techniques and the news-based sentiment score as an additional overlay.

I have tabulated the random signals from several InfoTrie’s Trading/Investment models.

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The news sentiment score provides a significant improvement, significant “Alpha” compared to the traditional investment/trading models.

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