First Call

First Call June 3, 2021

Jun 3, 2021

Thomas Thornton

  • S&P futures down 0.77% and Nasdaq futures are down -1.0% in Thursday morning trading after US equities finished with modest gains in another round of uneventful trading on Wednesday. Upside leadership came from energy, tech, and defensive sectors, while meme names saw another round of big gains.
  • Big day with US economic data
  • Asian equities mixed overnight with Japan and Australia higher while Greater China shares underperformed with Hong Kong a laggard, down over 1%.
  • European markets lower.
  • Treasuries mostly weaker with 10s at 1.60%.
  • Dollar firmer vs yen and euro.
  • Gold down 0.7%.
  • WTI crude off 0.1%.
  • A few interesting screens from Erlanger with Call and Put open interest vs volume seen yesterday
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