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Navigating Wall Street Dip Ahead of CPI Data 

Last Updated: 20.3.2024 21:04

CPI Data Is Released at 8:30 am Tomorrow. Recent Fluctuations Such as The Wall Street Dip, Main Indexes, and Unexpected Movements in Tech Giants Have Left Many Pondering Their Next Move

Whether you’re a seasoned trader or just starting your investment journey, the following analysis offers valuable perspectives to navigate the current financial terrain. July CPI data is expected to show a slight year-over-year acceleration so let’s dive in.

Wall Street’s Main Indexes Fluctuate: A Closer Look

Wall Street’s Dip – Main indexes fell on Wednesday, with the Dow down by 0.44%, the S&P by 0.62%, and the Nasdaq by 1.19% at its lowest before bouncing back before market close. Investors are keenly awaiting a key inflation report this week and assessing remarks from U.S. Federal Reserve officials.

Tech Giants Stumble: What’s Behind the Decline?

Rate-sensitive mega-cap growth and technology stocks, including Nvidia, Apple, and Tesla, were down between 1.3% and 4.6%. Furthermore, experts believe that profit-taking and short-term retrenchment are on the cards.

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Federal Reserve’s Stance on Interest Rates: A Mixed Signal

While Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker hinted at leaving interest rates unchanged, Fed Governor Michelle Bowman indicated that further rate increases are likely. In addition, traders expect an 86.5% chance of no rate hike at the Fed’s next policy meeting in September.

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Inflation: What to Expect

The CPI release is Thursday at 8:30 am tomorrow for July and is expected to show a slight year-over-year acceleration, with monthly consumer prices likely increasing by 0.2%. Now, experts predict that inflation is cooling off, and the CPI won’t be a major surprise.

Investment Strategies Amid Uncertainty: Expert Opinions

Investors are advised to stay vigilant and strategic, especially in the wake of the downgrading of several small and mid-sized banks by Moody’s. Moreover, opportunities in sports betting business deals and other emerging sectors may provide potential growth avenues. However, it’s always important to draw your own conclusions after researching for yourself.

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Justin Hopper

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