The 10-year yield pushes above 3% for the first time in a month
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell will speak at the annual Wyoming Conference on Friday at 10 a.m. ET.
Wells Fargo’s Michael Schumacher said the market expects Powell to be tough on raising interest rates after recent dovish comments from other central bank officials. Last week, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, for example, said he wanted to see a third consecutive 0.75 percentage point rate hike in September.
“I don’t believe he’s going to pull out the talons and sound a hawk. I’m afraid he’s going to be a hawk.” Schumacher says.
Ford fell 5% following the $1.7 billion verdict
Ford F-150 Lightning at 2022 New York Auto Show
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Ford Motor shares fell 5.4% after ruling Friday against the automaker in a lawsuit centered on the strength of the roof on one of its older pickup trucks.
A Georgia jury last week awarded $1.7 billion to the families of two people killed in a 2014 F-250 pickup truck rollover crash.
Tech stocks fell amid rate hike fears
Tech stocks fell on Monday as investors looked ahead to the Federal Reserve and Fed Chairman Jerome Powell’s comments in Wyoming later this week.
Big tech names Apple, AmazonAnd letterst declined by 1.7%, 3.3% and 2.4% respectively Netflix Down more than 5%. Semiconductor stocks also took a hit Nvidia, Micron And Advanced Micro Devices Each fell more than 2%.
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Bitcoin briefly dips below $21,000
In this chart taken on May 19, 2021, the virtual currency Bitcoin is seen in front of a stock chart.
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Respect Bitcoin It fell below $21,000 by 4:15 a.m. ET on Monday. The cryptocurrency was back up to $21,297 by 9:46 a.m., down just 1%, according to CoinMetrics. Ethereum It fell to $1,571.35 on Monday morning, down more than 3%.
Bitcoin, which trades around the clock, also slipped over the weekend.
The virtual currency’s declines come as Wall Street’s summer rally begins to wind down. All three major indexes opened Monday’s session with losses, and all three ended the previous week with losses.
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AMC falls more than 30% at the open
The AMC Theater is pictured in Times Square in the Manhattan borough of New York City on June 2, 2021.
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There were AMC shares decreased by about 38% Rival theater chain Cineworld said in the opening minutes of trading on Monday that it is considering filing for bankruptcy.
AMC’s new preferred share class “APE” units are also scheduled to start trading on Monday. The shares were distributed as dividend to the existing shareholders Could be a tool for AMC to raise money in future.
The move could put pressure on AMC’s common stock this morning, as the APE unit dividend is similar to the stock division.
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Stocks opened lower on Monday
Stocks opened lower on Monday as the summer rally waned ahead of the Federal Reserve’s Jackson Hole Symposium. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 376 points, or 1.12%. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite fell 1.29% and 1.42%, respectively.
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VIX highest since Aug. 3
The measure of stock volatility, known as the VIX, rose to its highest level since August 3.
The Cboe volatility index It rose 2.6 points to 23.16 on Monday, although it was off its most recent high in June, when it rose above 30.
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Wolff Research Says Powell Will Be “Significantly More Hawkish” in Jackson Hole
Jerome Powell in Jackson Hole, Wyoming on August 24, 2018.
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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will take an aggressive stance against inflation in his Jackson Hole speech on Friday, according to Wolff Research.
“We expect Powell to be more hawkish on Jackson Hole,” Wolff Research’s Chris Senyek wrote in a Monday note.
“As we’ve discussed at length before, we believe the Fed will need to raise the funds rate to 4.5%+ to put inflation on a steady path toward the FOMC’s long-term 2% target,” he added.
The research firm said the central bank was “behind the curve” and outlined reasons why it was not buying into the bull case, including slowing global growth and earnings expectations.
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AMC shares sink as Cineworld weighs filing for bankruptcy
Mark the surges in the Amazon report
Shares of Signify Health jumped nearly 38% in premarket trading on Monday The Wall Street Journal reports Amazon is among several companies bidding for the healthcare company.
Along with tech giant CVS Health and UnitedHealth Group, Signify is competing in a bid valued at more than $8 billion, the report said, citing people familiar with the matter.
Amazon shares fell 2% in premarket trading on Monday.
Buffett is reportedly not looking to take over Occidental outright
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Time to sell Netflix, CFRA says
Netflix CFRA said it has risen sharply since mid-July, but the good times for the streaming stock won’t last long.
Analyst Kenneth Lyon downgraded Netflix to hold and sell: “The main catalyst for NFLX — the introduction of new ad-paid subscription plans — won’t be seen until 2023.”
Shares of Netflix fell 2% in the premarket.
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The euro returns to dollar parity
Image of counting euro banknotes.
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The Euro The euro zone briefly slipped below parity with the U.S. dollar on Monday for the first time since mid-July as recession fears resurfaced.
As of 9:15 a.m. London time, the common currency had partially recovered, trading at exactly $1.
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European markets fell as rate hike fears resurfaced
Pan-European Stoxx 600 London fell 1.2% in the morning, with autos down 2.9% and leading losses as all sectors and major stocks traded in negative territory.
Risk sentiment was tempered by hawkish signals from ECB policymakers, with Bundesbank President Joachim Nagel telling a German newspaper that the ECB should continue raising interest rates even as recession risks rose in Germany.
Minutes from the ECB’s most recent policy meeting will be released on Thursday, while investors will focus on euro zone flash PMIs on Tuesday.
China’s central bank cuts benchmark lending rates
The The People’s Bank of China has cut its benchmark one-year lending rate 5 basis points and its five-year rate is 15 basis points, according to an online report.
This brings the one-year loan prime rate to 3.65% and the five-year LPR to 4.3%.
Analysts polled by Reuters expected a 10-basis-point cut to the one-year LPR, and half of survey respondents expected the five-year rate to drop by 15 basis points.
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CNBC Pro: How to reduce risk in your portfolio now, according to the pros
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CNBC Pro: JP Morgan predicts when growth stocks’ rally will end
Investors have flocked to growth stocks of late, but as recession fears mount, market watchers are deciding whether to pivot to safer bets instead.
However, JP Morgan thinks the rally has more to go and named several indicators to look out for when considering the cycle of growth stocks.
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Earning season ends
Investors close earnings season with more than two dozen companies in the S&P 500. Of the 95% of companies in the broad market index that reported earnings, roughly 75% beat expectations, according to FactSet.
– Sarah Min
What to Expect from Powell’s Jackson Hole Talk
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will speak this week at the Fed’s annual symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and shed some light on the pace of future interest rate hikes.
While Powell may face harsh comments from central bank officials who have recently underscored their commitment to fighting inflation, investors have enjoyed a summer rally partly based on expectations of a less aggressive central bank.
Still, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said in an interview last week Wall Street Journal He is considering another 0.75 percent interest rate hike at the September meeting.
See CNBC Pro More on what to expect from the central bank chair.
– Sarah Min
The future unfolds below
Futures opened lower Sunday night. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures fell 94 points, or 0.28%. S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures fell 0.36% and 0.69%, respectively.
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