U.S. stock index futures showed a much stronger reading on Friday morning than expected for jobs in July, boosting hopes that the Federal Reserve will continue to aggressively raise interest rates to keep inflation in check. fell.
Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average
was down 136 points (0.4%) to 32,545.
It was 28 points, or 0.7% off, at 4,124.25.
NASDAQ 100 Futures
13,209 lost 117 points, or 0.8%.
Stocks posted a mixed finish on the Dow on Thursday
The S&P 500 is down 85.68 points, or 0.3%.
Down 0.1%, Nasdaq Composite
increased by 0.4%.
US economy Added 528,000 jobs in July, well above the 258,000 consensus estimate reported by the Labor Department. The unemployment rate fell from 3.6% to 3.5% and the average hourly wage rose 15 cents (0.5%) to $32.27.
Layoff announcements by a number of high-profile companies have previously raised concerns that a robust labor market may be softening.
Ryan Belanger, Managing Principal and Founder of Claro Advisors, said: “As many large and small businesses have recently taken steps to delay hiring or furlough existing employees, the jury will be on the lookout for whether this robust hiring pace will continue. I am making a decision.”
“The Fed’s top priority is fighting inflation, so next Wednesday’s CPI data will weigh more heavily on Fed policy than Friday’s jobs report,” Berenger said in an email. Stated.
Federal Reserve futures traders priced in a 66% chance of a 75 basis point rate hike in September, up from 34% on Thursday. A trader has a 59.5% chance of seeing a 50 basis point move.
Meanwhile, geopolitical tensions remain an undercurrent in the market.Conducted by China “Precision Missile Attack” off the coast of Taiwan on Thursday as part of military exercises that have raised tensions in the region to their highest level in decades after U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited the island.
Japan’s Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi said five of the missiles launched by China landed in Japan’s exclusive economic zone off the coast of Hateruma, far south of Japan’s main island. He said Japan protested the missile landing in China as a “serious threat to Japan’s national security and the safety of the Japanese people.”
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- Tesla Inc.
shareholders on thursday approved the proposal Expected to lead to a 1-for-3 stock split, it sided with the company in most of the proposals put to the vote.
memestock favorites AMC Entertainment Holdings Co., Ltd.
Announced special dividend late Thursday “Ape” preferred stockAMC shares fell 9%.
- Door Dash Co., Ltd.
Shares rose 11% after the company reported late Thursday continuous growth It said the food delivery business remained healthy despite the economic uncertainty, although the loss was larger than Wall Street expected.
shares of Cloud Fair Co., Ltd.
It rose 18% after the cybersecurity firm reported better-than-Wall Street results late Thursday, raised earnings outlook One year period.
- Beyond Meat Co., Ltd.
Shares fell 3% after the plant-based meat substitute maker reported a higher-than-expected net loss and lower-than-expected earnings on Thursday afternoon. layoff announcement.
- Block Co., Ltd.
Shares fell 7% after the payments technology company’s announcement late Thursday. lost The Company also expects July volume growth for the Square Seller business to be lower than its second quarter guidance on a year-over-year basis.
- Carvana Corporation
Shares rose 8.5% despite being a used car retailer. disappointing It recorded a bigger loss than analysts expected.
10 year government bond yield
rose 3 basis pints to 2.701%. Yields and bond prices move in opposite directions.
ICE USD Index
The currency measure against a basket of six major rivals rose 0.2%.
It rose 2.4% and traded above $23,200.
US oil benchmark
Gold futures fell 0.7% to below $88 a barrel.
It was down 0.3% near $1,801 per ounce.
Stocks Europe 600
London’s FTSE 100 fell 0.3%.
United Kingdom: UKX
It was down 0.2%.
The Hang Seng Index closed 1.2% higher.
Hong Kong rose 0.1%, Japan’s Nikkei 225 rose
increased by 0.9%.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
US stock futures fall after much stronger-than-expected jobs report bolsters Fed rate hike hopes
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