DOW JONES TRADING

-A pénteki hanyatlás ellenére a tőzsde 2020-ban nagyrészt ellenállóképes maradt – a nehézsúlyú technológiák részvényeinél nagyobb energiát hajtottak végre – még akkor is, ahogy a hagyományosan biztonságosabb fogadások megugrottak. A tech-társaságok részvényei meghaladták az S&P 500-at ebben az évben, 8,5% -kal emelkedve, szemben a széles index 3,3% -os növekedésével.

Néhány elemző a menedékjogok rohanását a víruskitörésnek és a begyűjtött gazdasági adatok hiányának tulajdonította. Ez a szorongás nyilvánvalóvá vált a péntek állampapírpiacán, ahol a hozamok röviddel azután, hogy a friss adatok azt mutatták, hogy az üzleti tevékenység februárban esett vissza.

Ezenkívül új adatok azt mutatták, hogy a korábban tulajdonában lévő amerikai házak eladása januárban robbant fel. A meglévő otthoni eladások januárban 1,3% -kal csökkentek, mint decemberben.

A tízéves kincstárjegy hozama hirtelen, 1,439% -ra esett a korai kereskedés pénteken, 1,524% -ról csütörtökön, amikor a kötvények ára emelkedett.

Despite Friday’s declines, the stock market has largely remained resilient in 2020 — powered higher by shares of technology heavyweights — even as traditionally safer bets have soared. Shares of tech companies have outperformed the S&P 500 this year, rising 8.5% versus a 3.3% increase for the broad index.

Some analysts have attributed the rush for haven assets to the viral outbreak and lackluster economic data that has trickled in. This anxiety was evident in the market for government bonds Friday, where yields dropped sharply shortly after fresh data showed that business activity fell in February.

Additionally, new data showed that sales of previously owned U.S. homes sputtered in January. Existing home sales decreased 1.3% in January compared with December.

The yield on the 10-year Treasury note fell sharply to 1.439% in early trading Friday, from 1.524% Thursday as bond prices rose.

Despite Friday’s declines, the stock market has largely remained resilient in 2020 — powered higher by shares of technology heavyweights — even as traditionally safer bets have soared. Shares of tech companies have outperformed the S&P 500 this year, rising 8.5% versus a 3.3% increase for the broad index.

Some analysts have attributed the rush for haven assets to the viral outbreak and lackluster economic data that has trickled in. This anxiety was evident in the market for government bonds Friday, where yields dropped sharply shortly after fresh data showed that business activity fell in February.

Additionally, new data showed that sales of previously owned U.S. homes sputtered in January. Existing home sales decreased 1.3% in January compared with December.

The yield on the 10-year Treasury note fell sharply to 1.439% in early trading Friday, from 1.524% Thursday as bond prices rose.

Despite Friday’s declines, the stock market has largely remained resilient in 2020 — powered higher by shares of technology heavyweights — even as traditionally safer bets have soared. Shares of tech companies have outperformed the S&P 500 this year, rising 8.5% versus a 3.3% increase for the broad index.

Some analysts have attributed the rush for haven assets to the viral outbreak and lackluster economic data that has trickled in. This anxiety was evident in the market for government bonds Friday, where yields dropped sharply shortly after fresh data showed that business activity fell in February.

Additionally, new data showed that sales of previously owned U.S. homes sputtered in January. Existing home sales decreased 1.3% in January compared with December.

The yield on the 10-year Treasury note fell sharply to 1.439% in early trading Friday, from 1.524% Thursday as bond prices rose.

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