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First Call September 29, 2021
- S&P futures are up 0.6% off the highs in Wednesday morning trading after US equities came under pressure in the prior session with the Nasdaq 100 and Nasdaq Composite Indexes suffering their biggest declines since March as growth came under heightened scrutiny. S&P 500 broke back below its 50-day moving average and tested its 100-day moving average.
- Asian markets mostly weaker with European markets up 1%
- Treasuries firmer across the curve with biggest gains in belly after another big selloff on Monday. 10s still above 1.5%.
- Dollar stronger against euro and sterling, little changed on yen cross. Charts on note
- Gold up 0.3%.
- Bitcoin up 1.5%.
- WTI crude off 0.7%.
- Natural Gas off 1%.