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RLP: Count of Securities with Price-Improving Liquidity on Both Sides of the Market for 50% or More of the Trading Day
Senior Market Strategist
Yesterday, US markets ended lower but off of the worst levels of the session. Asian markets rallied sharply overnight led by Taiwan which was up >5% reversing some of the recent Covid related weakness. European markets also opened higher but have drifted back to around unchanged. S&P futures have followed a similar path and are currently up ~0.1%. Retail earnings from (HD, M, WMT) were blowout with all three stocks trading higher in the pre-market. The housing starts numbers were disappointing, though not shocking given rising commodity costs, falling ~10% m/m. Building permits were in-line with expectations. Yields are a touch lower this morning. The US dollar index is breaking below the recent lows ~$90 currently down -$0.40 to $89.70. The move is being driven by strength in the €/£. The January lows were around $89.17. Commodities markets are moving higher again. There is some outperformance by tech in the pre-market. After the open Treasury Secretary Yellen will address the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to pitch the administration’s infrastructure proposal/tax policy changes. The Republican counter proposal is expected to be unveiled today with ~$800B price tag being floated in the press.
Liquidity refers to the efficiency or ease with which an asset or security can be converted into ready cash without affecting its market price. The most liquid asset of all is cash itself.
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