Boeing 737 Max approval, Walmart’s gamechanging e-commerce and solid revenues, and top monetary policy moves. What impacted markets at mid-week?
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Wednesday’s market mover was Boeing stock as investors remained keen on Federal Aviation Administration approval of grounded plane Boeing 737 Max for the resumption of flying. The stock rose 5% on sentiment.
S&P 500 3,603.50 -0.09%
NASDAQ 11,987.00 +0.10%
DJIA 29,694.00 -0.09%
FTSE 6,385.24 +0.31%
DAX 13,172.00 +0.37%
NIKKEI 25,830.00 -0.71%
HSI 26,544.29 +0.49%
SHANGHAI 3,347.30 +0.22%
VIX 23.70 +3.16%
WTI Oil 42.30 +2.17%
Nat Gas 2.7090 +0.63%
GOLD 1872.70 -0.66%
U.S. Dollar Index 92.303 -0.15%
U.S. 10 Treasury Yield +0.87%
Walmart reported that its revenues grew 5.2% in Q3 to $134.7 billion even as U.S. e-commerce sales rose 79%.
The market is mixed today. Oil prices gained amidst the volatility index going into the positive territory. Gold and U.S. Dollar Index declined on vaccine developments.