US Market Commentary
April Natural gas futures (NGJ24) ended Friday’s session lower, as gas storage levels remain well above the five-year average.
Investors approved of this week's inflation read and responded by pushing most of the major indices to fresh all-time highs. Although we're overbought, the near-term path of least resistance appears to be higher.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite posted record highs for second day in a row amid technology strength and easing inflation concern.
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Relatively hot inflation reports might be blips, but they reinforce why the Fed's rate-cutting cycle might be more gradual, which could be a better backdrop for stocks.
Sentiment data is beginning to match relatively strong "hard" economic data.
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While focus remains on when the Fed will start cutting rates, history suggests other factors must be looked at when assessing forward stock market performance.
As expected, the Fed held rates steady in January, but importantly downplayed the likelihood that rate cuts will start as soon as March.
Market expectations have established a high bar for central banks' rate cuts. Any disappointment like stronger inflation or economic growth could spark market volatility.
While the S&P 500's all-time high hasn't been accompanied by other parts of the market (notably, small caps), further gains are possible if breadth firms up.
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