2 Major Fed Reports This Week and the Strongest Sector, Stock

by | Jun 28, 2022 | Market Updates

U.S. stock futures traded higher this morning as Wall Street attempts to sustain its rebound from the bear-market lows — and more in Tuesday’s stock market recap.

We have the Consumer Confidence report on the table Tuesday, which measures how confident consumers feel about the overall state of the economy. The consensus range is 95 to 104, but anything above 101 will be good news for stocks. 

If this report bodes well leading into Wednesday’s gross domestic product report, then that would go a long way…   

But another major factor traders and investors need to pay attention to is the horizontal trading action on the iShares 20-Plus Year Treasury Bond ETF (Nasdaq: TLT). The longer the bond market goes sideways or stagnates, the less pressure there will be on the broader market. 

I also have my eye on volatility via the VIX, or fear gauge, because if it breaks down to the 23 level — 20 is considered “average” volatility — it will cancel out the spike we saw when the Consumer Price Index came in at 8.6% for May. 

In this morning’s stock market recap video, I’ll go over the two biggest reports this week that could shape the economy… why the bond market gives us major clues on what’s to come next… two sectors starting to pull ahead of Energy and whether this rally will last… what volatility is signaling right now and what it means for stocks… and the top stocks outperforming all others in the S&P 500. 

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Stock Market Recap: By the Numbers

This morning’s stock market futures recap: 

DOW (mini)

  • Close: 31,438.26.
  • Futures: 31,583.
  • Change: +162.

S&P 500 (mini)

  • Close: 3,900.11.
  • Futures: 3,922.25.
  • Change: +18.5.

NASDAQ (mini)

  • Close: 12,008.24.
  • Futures: 12,079.75.
  • Change: +39.25.

RUSSELL (mini)

  • Close: 1,771.74.
  • Futures: 1,781.7.
  • Change: +11.9.

Note: Updated as of 9:16 a.m. EDT.

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WRITTEN BY<br>Roger Scott

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