17th November 2022 Market Updates
FPG Fortune Prime Global Overnight headlines
The US 10-year note’s yield decreased 8 basis points to 3.69 percent.
In terms of S&P 500 industry groupings, energy led the declines on Wall Street, driving nine of the 11 lower. The second and third biggest losers were in the consumer discretionary and information technology sectors.
After tensions in Ukraine subsided, the price of oil momentarily dropped below $US92 a barrel; Ukrainian and NATO officials came to the conclusion that the missile that crashed in Poland and killed two people was a Ukrainian defensive weapon.
More resistance to raising US interest rates also dampened enthusiasm.
The October jobs report will be made public. NAB previously stated: “Given some unfavourable sample variance, there is greater uncertainty surrounding the October data than usual. 10,000 people will be employed, and the unemployment rate will increase by 0.1% to 3.6%, according to our estimates.
The Australian dollar fell by 0.4% to 67.29 US cents,
The price of bitcoin fell by 2% to $16,541. S&P -0.8% Nasdaq fell 1.5%
Stoxx 50 in Europe fell by 0.8% FTSE -0.3% CAC -0.5% DAX -1%
Spot gold fell by 0.3% to $US1772.89/oz;
Brent crude fell by 1.6% to $US92.40/barrel;
Iron ore increased by 2.5% to $US98.10/ton
the 10-year yield was US 3.69%. Germany 1.99% Australia 3.72 percent
Local: October employment; third-quarter NZ PPI
Overseas data: The October final CPI for the Eurozone, the October home starts and building permits in the US, the November Philadelphia Fed index, and the November Kansas City Fed index