High inflation continues to keep Wall Street under pressure as investors are deeply concerned about Fed's next move. Despite the predominant positivism among investors, the market reaction shows strong caution. Minutes before the end of the US session volumes jumped significantly, but in favor of vendors. A quick look at cash flows shows that the outflow of shares in the SP500 has increased more than five times in just a few minutes, bringing the index down to 0.71%:
The unusual behavior of gold is again in force, depreciating by nearly 2% with the indices. The yen remains static, suggesting that temporary downward movements in the indices are short-lived, and investors have long hedged their positions.
Source: Bloomberg Pro Terminal
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