First Call

First Call March 29, 2021

Mar 29, 2021

Thomas Thornton

  • S&P futures down 0.3% in Monday morning trading after US equities finished higher last week with the S&P closing at a new record high. Value and cyclicals outperformed growth and momentum.
  • Asian markets mixed overnight with Japan a standout while Australia and South Korea lagged.
  • European markets are narrowly mixed.
  • Treasuries mostly stronger after 10s snapped a seven-week streak of higher yields last week.
  • Dollar firmer vs euro but weaker vs yen.
  • Gold down 0.3%.
  • WTI crude up 0.7%, reversing earlier weakness.
  • Welcome to all the new subscribers from Real Vision - please feel free to reach out with questions and if you would like a copy of the DeMark Indicators from Jason Perl let us know
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