First Call

First Call November 3, 2020

Nov 3, 2020

Thomas Thornton

  • S&P futures up 1.3% following a meaningful rally in US equities on Monday that came in the wake of the biggest weekly pullback since the depths of the coronavirus crisis in late March.
  • One new sell signal for the Trade Ideas Sheet
  • Asian markets sharply higher overnight with Hong Kong, Australia, and South Korea among the standouts while China was up nearly 1.5%.
  • European markets also rallying, extending Monday's bounce.
  • Treasuries weaker across the curve.
  • Dollar under some pressure vs euro and sterling and a bit weaker vs the yen.
  • Gold up 0.4%.
  • WTI crude up 3.5%.
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