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Cash allocations remained largely unchanged from the prior week closing at 3.98% from 3.93% the prior week.
U.S. Treasury yields fell in response to continued risk-off market sentiment.
Investors continue to pressure tech downward. State and local stimulus remains a sticking point for Congress.
The 30-day correlation of the S&P 500 market cap and equal weighted indices has fallen to an all-time low as the returns of smaller and larger companies has diverged.
On Nov. 6, 2016, two days before the last presidential election, Politico reporter Katelyn Fossett outlined the 16 worst political predictions of that year.
While early voting lines might be much longer this year (multiple news outlets reported massive waits in Florida on Monday, for example, where it was the first day of early voting), voters’ actual ballots could be much shorter.
In case you missed it, check out the replay of September's Market Insight Call! Michael Gates and Tushar Yadava from BlackRock gave their thoughts on the markets and shared what they're keeping an eye on as we head into the elections.
The hearings for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett have almost concluded and it is likely the Senate Judiciary Committee will vote to approve her nomination later today.
Investors pay attention to the stock market not just because they are investing in it, but because they consider the market one of – if not the most – accurate of all leading indicators. Said differently, the market, in its infinite wisdom, will lead the real economy and will tell us where the world is headed.