Sector rotation in the S&P 500 suggests that investors are once again moving into the riskier parts of the equity market. But it isn’t just equity markets that are seeing a bounce: essential global growth commodities such as copper and oil appear to be stabilizing and even creating technical reversal patterns, suggesting they may begin to increase in price. As investors start to move back into risk assets, one would think that yields on the 10-year Treasury would start to rise once again.
The decision reported late on Saturday and confirmed to Reuters by an MEA source on Sunday drew criticism including from the Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) whose leader, former foreign minister Gebran Bassil, called the move illegal.
The meeting was organized by WHO and hosted at Facebook’s Menlo Park campus, a Facebook spokesperson confirmed to CNBC.
Yemen’s Houthi rebels accused the Saudis of launching retaliatory airstrikes after they shot down a coalition warplane on Friday.
Britain formally left the European Union at the end of January but a transition period is in effect until Dec. 31, during which time little changes.
On Thursday that crucial double-act spectacularly broke apart when Boris Johnsonmoved to take full control over the finance ministry and his chancellor, Sajid Javid, resigned in protest.
Prosecutors in Brooklyn, New York, alleged that Huawei set up a shell company in Iran so the subsidiary could purchase U.S. goods, technology and services in an effort to skirt sanctions.
NASHUA, New Hampshire – Joe Biden’s campaign held a victory party in a New Hampshire hotel ballroom on Tuesday evening. But there was no victory. And there was no Joe Biden.
The S&P BSE Sensex Index was little changed at 41,270.37 as of 9:43 a.m. in Mumbai after rising as much as 0.4% and falling as much as 0.3%. The NSE Nifty 50 Index was also flat after swinging between the same range.