Rise in the Market! A Roller Coaster of Emotions!


Rise in the market. Major U.S. stock indexes rebounded from last week’s minor dips to achieve gains of approximately 2.0 % to 4.0 % amid the easing of inflationary pressures that investors welcomed. There has been a reasonably consistent range bounding for stock prices over the last few weeks.

The Nasdaq Composite and small-cap stocks did better. The S&P 500 Index’s consumer discretionary equities did the best, buoyed by Amazon.com and Tesla’s recoveries, while the traditionally conservative health care and utility sectors trailed. The percentage of S&P 500 businesses that have exceeded analysts’ estimates is lower than typical at this point in the earnings season. 68 %, compared to the five-year average of 77 %, had exceeded net income projections as of Friday.

On Friday morning, the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury note yield fell to 2.73 % as the dismal economic statistics pushed it down.

us 10 years treasury note-Rise in the Market


European markets gained despite disappointing economic statistics and the European Central Bank’s decision to raise interest rates for the first time in more than a decade. The top European benchmark indexes rose about 1% to 3%.

On Thursday, the European Central Bank surprised analysts by raising interest rates by half-percentage.


As a weekly loss, most APAC benchmark indices bounced back about 1% to 4%. The Nikkei-225 Japan index excelled as the Bank of Japan (BoJ) maintained its ultra-easy monetary policy to sustain the country’s still-fragile economic recovery, diverging from other central banks’ tightening policies. After Premier Li Keqiang restrained expectations of excessive stimulus and signalled flexibility on China’s annual growth target, China’s stock markets had mixed results.

Underlying market movement:

Underlying-Weekly-7-25-2022-Rise in the Market

The U.S Crude Oil WTI futures dropped over 1 % as a weekly loss and are currently traded at around $93.

Sentiment Analysis

Rise in the Market. The overall news sentiment trend turns into a neutral-Negative View for the week. The sentiment trend for the top U.S benchmark indexes turns into a bearish mode. However, the tech index Nasdaq-100 is slanting in a positive direction.

The sentiment trend for most European benchmark indexes remains in a mixed direction. The Italian index FTSE-MIB remains negative, and the German index Dax-30 turns into a bearish trend from its past bullish view. On the other hand, the London index FTSE-100 continues to turn into a bullish view for the week.

The impartial view dominated the sentient trend for the leading Asia-Pacific indices. However, the Indian index, the Nifty-50, is in a bullish trend for the week. In contrast, the Australian index ASX-200 entered the negative region.  

News Sentiment Trend:

Sentiment Trend Chart-7-25-2022-Rise in the Market

The following critical economic indicators and earnings reports, which can alter current sentiment, may determine the market this week, including the Federal Reserve rate decision. (https://www.fxstreet.com/economic-calendar

Sentiment Score:

Sentiment Values-7-25-2022-Rise in the Market

Note: The news sentiment data is the most useful additional overlay for your existing models to improve the performance further.

Buy & Sell Signals

The table below displays the buy/sell indications generated by InfoTrie’s proprietary Investment/Trading models. These models were created using technical, foundational, and quantitative approaches, with the sentiment score based on news serving as a secondary overlay.

At InfoTrie, I counted the random signals from various Trading/Investment models.

Buy Sell-7-25-2022-Rise in the Market

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

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