First Call

First Call May 27, 2021

May 27, 2021

Thomas Thornton

  • S&P futures flat after being down ~0.30% and Nasdaq futures also bouncing from lows down still 0.20% on Thursday morning trading after US equities finished higher in uneventful trading on Wednesday with upside leadership from energy, retail, and other reopening plays and media.
  • NOTE THERE WILL NOT BE ANY NOTES PUBLISHED TOMORROW - headed to Charleston for the weekend
  • Asian markets mixed overnight with China one of the better performers while Japan lagged with tech stocks a drag.
  • A lot of important economic data coming out this morning - watch the bond market
  • European markets mixed.
  • Treasuries are unchanged to slightly weaker ahead of a 7-year auction later today.
  • Dollar little changed vs yen and slightly weaker vs euro.
  • Gold off 0.3%.
  • WTI crude down 0.9%.
  • Extra charts: 10 year, Yuan
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