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The U.S. Shares Bounce Checks Skepticism If Rally May Last

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The U.S. Shares Bounce Checks Skepticism If Rally May LastThe U.S. Shares Bounce Checks Skepticism If Rally May Last

Investors estimate the recent growth of the U.S. shares market in 2022 after the extinction of similar stocks. The year that’s been on its way to the biggest S&P 500 percent drop in more than half a century in the first half of the year. While the S&P 500 jumped 6.4% last week, It’s hard to blame investors for being skeptical. The benchmark index saw three other increases, At least 6% already this year, to fall to the previous low mark.

The rally broke, and weak consumer confidence data helped push the S&P 500 down 2% on Tuesday. Earlier this month, the index confirmed the broad definition of the bear market, closing more than 20% from the January record high. Also, about as many have been declining over the years.

Investment strategists estimate that even as the index rose last week, more stocks reached a 52-week low than the high on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq. Many believe the stocks are ready to pay back after this year’s severe decline, even if it is short-lived.

Morgan Stanley strategist said earlier this week that the rally could continue up to 7% compared to the last figure. However, any short-term gain is characterized as nothing more than a bear market rise. This sees fair value levels for the S&P 500, Which closed at 3,821.55 on Tuesday.

A recession will bring low tactical prices to around 3,000. According to experts, the bear market is unlikely to end. However, it may feel that way over the next few weeks. Markets are getting low rates. A sign that the Fed can make soft access. Also, avoid significant revisions to profit forecasts.

The U.S. Shares and Inflation

Similarly, BTIG’s chief market technician said he expects the S&P 500 to compete by the end of the quarter, which will rise to 4,000-4,100 levels before resuming in the third quarter and eventually falling below 3,500. Some investors are more optimistic about stocks. The Head Investment Officer at Harbor Advisory said it was adding a stock of the business to its client portfolios. It is also suspected that the economy will face a recession in the next 18-24 months.

It also expects inflation to decline by the fall. Notes the recent drop in prices for commodities such as copper and wood as one of the factors. History suggests that the next few weeks may be for strong rallies; As the start of the second quarter, win season approaches.

According to the Bespoke Group, the S&P 500 has averaged 2.15% earnings for the next two weeks on June 29 over the past 20 years. This is the best two-week return; At any time of the year during this time. There is not much to be excited about for investors these days; When it comes to the stock market.

European Stocks

European shares fell on Wednesday. Fears of a global recession have overshadowed recent optimism about China’s reopening. Investors were waiting for a meeting of central bank governors on the policy perspective. The STOXX 600 index fell 0.7%. This led to a three-day rally the night after the Wall Street session on gloomy data on U.S. consumer confidence. The DAX led to a decline among other regional indices, which fell 0.9% ahead of the German inflation forecast at 1200 GMT. Eurozone consumer confidence data for June are published.

European miners fell 1.1%. The recent rise in commodity prices has disappeared in hopes of reviving demand from China. H&M added 0.7%. After the world’s second-largest fashion retailer announced a 33% increase in quarterly profits. This exceeded expectations as shoppers outnumbered stores after the pandemic. The President of the European Central Bank and the Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, will speak about the Central Bank at the annual meeting.

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