Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P live update for January 15, 2021 –

Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P live update for January 15, 2021

Yields from Asian stocks, US equity futures and treasuries retreated on Friday as investors investigated President-Elect Joe Biden’s much-awaited $ 1.9 trillion Kovid-19 relief plan.

With some surprise for investors to catch the guard, attention was drawn to how much of the package would eventually be passed by Congress and a reminder that he is looking to raise some taxes. Biden’s proposal includes a wave of new spending, more direct payments to households, expansion of unemployed benefits and expansion of vaccination and virus-testing programs.

The S&P 500 futures slipped as benchmark lower levels weakened in Tech and Consumer shares in Thursday’s session. Stocks fell in Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea, although at a higher level in Australia. The Trump administration rebuked with China’s National Offshore Oil Corp. after blacklisting the Chinese smartphone manufacturer for its military links.

Elsewhere, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said policymakers would not raise Interest rate until they see disturbing signs of inflation. Oil reached a 10-month high in New York on hopes of stimulus. Bitcoin traded at $ 39,000 as it continued to recover from this week’s rapid decline.

The 10-year Treasury yield for the previous year is more than 1%

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“It seems like there was already at least as much value in magnitude as the price,” Ilya Spivak, chief Asia Pacific strategist at DailyFX, cited Biden’s stimulus plan. “The main question is how much compromise is required to pass it. This is perhaps the next layer of speculative uncertainty that focuses on markets. Hence the silent response. “

Investors are debating how yields could rise before the rally in risk asset faults. Traders betting on the economic recovery this year are partially tolerating indifferent equity valuations, as they expect better control of the epidemic with more US fiscal spending and vaccines.

Powell said the time for raising rates is “not soon” and said policymakers “will know the world” well any decision to buy the bonds in advance. His observations further increased the yield stage, while Break even climbed in.

On the virus front, China recorded its first Kovid-19 death since April as new groups continued to expand. France said it would extend stricter curfew measures nationwide to prevent the spread of coronovirus.

Here are some major developments:

Deutsche Bank American Banks analyst Matthew O’Connor previewed the earnings season, which begins with JP Morgan.

These are some of the main moves in the markets:


  • S&P 500 futures fell 0.1% as of 11:53 am in Tokyo. The gauge lost 0.4% on Thursday.
  • Japan’s Topics dropped 0.5%.
  • Hang Seng climbed 0.4%.
  • Shanghai Composite climbed 0.5%.
  • South Korea’s Kospi sank 1%.
  • Australia’s S&P / ASX 200 index climbed 0.3%.


  • The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index gained 0.1%.
  • The yen was at 103.76 per dollar.
  • The offshore yuan was held at 6.4651 per dollar.
  • Euro bought $ 1.2156.


  • The yield on the 10-year treasury fell to 1.11%.
  • Australia’s 10-year yield slipped 1.09%.


  • West Texas Intermediate crude was little changed at $ 53.57 a barrel.
  • Gold was up 0.3% at $ 1,852.23 an ounce.

– with assistance by Dave Liedtka, Kameron Leach, and Claire Ballentine


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