Re: Farmas USA
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The S&P 500 ended the session yesterday down 32.80 points, or 1.1%, snapping a 36-session streak in which the closing index didn't move more than 1% in either direction. The selloff was triggered by comments from Fed Chair Jerome Powell, which disappointed investors in his post-decision news conference when he didn’t more explicitly ratify expectations of additional stimulus in the months ahead. The "one and done" sentiment doesn't appear to be sticking as U.S. stock index futures inch up 0.2% this morning ahead of earnings from General Motors (NYSE:GM), DuPont (NYSE:DD) and Verizon (NYSE:VZ).
"Powell let us down," President Trump tweeted in response to the Fed's 25-basis point rate cut with little indication of which way the next move will be. "What the Market wanted to hear from Jay Powell and the Federal Reserve was that this was the beginning of a lengthy and aggressive rate-cutting cycle which would keep pace with China, the European Union and other countries around the world." U.S. crude also broke a five-day rally in the Fed aftermath, while the U.S. dollar climbed to levels not seen since May 2017.
«Después de nada, o después de todo/ supe que todo no era más que nada.»