The Nasdaq Index is leading the stock declines today. Sale until the end. -ForexLive | Jewelry Dukan

Major stock indices all close lower for third straight day. Today there is no day-after recovery rally for stocks.

That Nasdaq

NASDAQ

The Nasdaq Stock Market or NASDAQ is an American stock exchange. It trails only the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in market capitalization and is part of a network of stock markets and options exchanges. Founded in 1971, NASDAQ is the acronym for the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations. It has since been known simply as NASDAQ and has grown to become one of the most influential exchanges in the world. The NASDAQ was the world’s first electronic stock market and has since taken over the majority of large trades that were previously executed over the counter (OTC) trading system. What makes the NASDAQ different? Notably, the exchange also offers the NASDAQ Composite, which includes almost all stocks listed on the NASDAQ exchange. Along with the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIJA) and the S&P 500 Index, this is one of the top three most visited stock market indices in the United States. Overall, the NASDAQ stock market has three distinct market tiers. This includes the capital market, or a stock market for companies with relatively small market capitalizations. Listing requirements for small-cap companies are less stringent than other Nasdaq markets, which list larger companies with significantly larger market capitalizations. In addition, the Global Market consists of stocks representing the Nasdaq Global Market. The Global Market consists of 1,450 stocks that meet the stock market’s financial and liquidity requirements and corporate governance standards. Finally, the Global Select Market is a market capitalization-weighted index composed of 1,200 US-based and international stocks representing the Global Select Market.

The Nasdaq Stock Market or NASDAQ is an American stock exchange. It trails only the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in market capitalization and is part of a network of stock markets and options exchanges. Founded in 1971, NASDAQ is the acronym for the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations. It has since been known simply as NASDAQ and has grown to become one of the most influential exchanges in the world. The NASDAQ was the world’s first electronic stock market and has since taken over the majority of large trades that were previously executed over the counter (OTC) trading system. What makes the NASDAQ different? Notably, the exchange also offers the NASDAQ Composite, which includes almost all stocks listed on the NASDAQ exchange. Along with the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIJA) and the S&P 500 Index, this is one of the top three most visited stock market indices in the United States. Overall, the NASDAQ stock market has three distinct market tiers. This includes the capital market, or a stock market for companies with relatively small market capitalizations. Listing requirements for small-cap companies are less stringent than other Nasdaq markets, which list larger companies with significantly larger market capitalizations. In addition, the Global Market consists of stocks representing the Nasdaq Global Market. The Global Market consists of 1,450 stocks that meet the stock market’s financial and liquidity requirements and corporate governance standards. Finally, the Global Select Market is a market capitalization-weighted index composed of 1,200 US-based and international stocks representing the Global Select Market.
Read this term led the declines with the pair closing below the 200 week ma at 11096. The index closes at 11066.82. Granted it’s the end of the week that matters (so tomorrow) but the failure to stay above levels through to the end today does not look good.

Yields are significantly higher today as the Fed’s decision and year-end forecast of 4.4% weigh on forecasts for earnings and growth prospects. The 10 year yield

yield

A yield represents the return that an investment or security will generate over a period of time. Returns are usually expressed as a percentage and are reported in terms of interest or dividends received. These numbers don’t include the price volatility that separates them from total returns. Consequently, a yield applies to various stated yields on stocks, fixed income instruments such as bonds and other types of investment products. Returns can be calculated as a ratio or as an internal rate of return, which can also be used to indicate the total return or a portion of the owner’s income. Why are returns important? At any point in time, all financial instruments compete with each other in a public market. Analysis of returns is one of many metrics used by analysts and investors and reflects a single portion of the total return of owning a security. A higher return, for example, allows the owner to recoup their investment sooner and thus reduces risk. More broadly, a high return can result from a falling market value of the security due to increased risk. The yield level is also influenced by inflation expectations. Fears about higher levels of inflation in the future suggest that investors would want a high yield or a price lower than the coupon today. The maturity of the instrument is also one of the elements that determine risk. The yield curve describes the relationship between yield and maturity of instruments with a similar credit rating. Instruments with longer maturities typically have a higher yield than instruments with shorter maturities. The yield on a debt security is typically linked to the issuer’s creditworthiness and probability of default. In most cases, the higher the risk of default, the higher the return would be, since issuers must offer investors some compensation for the risk.

A yield represents the return that an investment or security will generate over a period of time. Returns are usually expressed as a percentage and are reported in terms of interest or dividends received. These numbers don’t include the price volatility that separates them from total returns. Consequently, a yield applies to various stated yields on stocks, fixed income instruments such as bonds and other types of investment products. Returns can be calculated as a ratio or as an internal rate of return, which can also be used to indicate the total return or a portion of the owner’s income. Why are returns important? At any point in time, all financial instruments compete with each other in a public market. Analysis of returns is one of many metrics used by analysts and investors and reflects a single portion of the total return of owning a security. A higher return, for example, allows the owner to recoup their investment sooner and thus reduces risk. More broadly, a high return can result from a falling market value of the security due to increased risk. The yield level is also influenced by inflation expectations. Fears about higher levels of inflation in the future suggest that investors would want a high yield or a price lower than the coupon today. The maturity of the instrument is also one of the elements that determine risk. The yield curve describes the relationship between yield and maturity of instruments with a similar credit rating. Instruments with longer maturities typically have a higher yield than instruments with shorter maturities. The yield on a debt security is typically linked to the issuer’s creditworthiness and probability of default. In most cases, the higher the risk of default, the higher the return would be, since issuers must offer investors some compensation for the risk.
Read this term is 3.7%. That’s up 3.45% at Friday’s close (+25 basis points). The 2-year yield is 4.12%. Friday’s close was 3.875% (also up 25 basis points).

Eventually, the perpetual dip buyers will be right, but there’s little to suggest the buyers are winning.

  • The three major indices are below their 100- and 200-day MAs
  • The Nasdaq is now below its 200-week ma.
  • In the short term, major indices have been below their 200 hourly MAs since August 26th. All are below their lower 100 hourly MAs. For the Dow, the 100 hourly MA is 31220 (30076 is the current rate). The S&P 100 hourly MA is at 3930 (current price is 3758). Nasdaq 100 hourly MA is 11640.31 (current price is 11066.82)

The final numbers show:

  • The Dow fell -107.12 points, or -0.39%, to 30076.67
  • The S&P fell -31.94 points, or -0.84%, to 3758.00
  • The Nasdaq fell -153.38 points, or -1.37%, to 11066.82
  • Russell 2000 fell -39.84 points or -2.26% to 1722.11.

All but two of the 11 S&P sectors are lower. The winners were:

  • Telecom +0.06%
  • Healthcare, +0.52%

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