US equity futures rise after consecutive Wall Street rallies

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US stock futures rose on Sunday night after Wall Street posted consecutive rallies to end last week amid the prospect of a rapid reopening of the global economic system.

Dow Jones Industrial Average futures traded 102 factors increased, or 0.4%. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures also rose after buy and sell barely declined earlier in the session.

The S&P 500 gained more than 1% on Thursday and Friday, leading to the first weekly advance in the wider common market in three weeks. Vendors on Friday ignored the largest job losses in a month, with expectations of a financial reopening outweighing the bad news.

Apple said Friday it could start reopening US stores this week. Stores, Apple said, may have temperature controls and may directly limit the variety of customers inside the store.

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said over the weekend that Italy could ease its locking measures sooner than expected if the epidemic remains under control. Meanwhile, Australia’s most populous state will allow restaurants, playgrounds and outdoor pools to resume operations on Friday, the region’s prime minister said on Sunday.

“The world is still on the road to reopening, a process that will accelerate in the coming weeks,” Adam Crisafulli, founding father of Vital Knowledge, said in a statement. He added, however, that the S&P 500 continues to be overbought in current ranges as expectations for a gradual fiscal year recovery continue.

“There will be an account on reopening and linearity accounts (that is, the two are too optimistic at the moment),” wrote Crisafulli.

The S&P 500 has risen more than 33% since reaching an intraday low on March 23. This surge was mainly due to mega-cap tech stocks resembling Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google-parent Alphabet and Microsoft. These shares have all climbed more than 20% since the end of March.

The stocks likely to benefit from the reopening of the economic system have also risen sharply since then. MGM Resorts climbed more than 70% while Disney is up 27.3% on this point.

Despite the market’s high efficiency in the indexing phase, Dan Russo of Chaikin Analytics believes that under the floor, “the real story is taking place”.

“In the past three months, roughly the peak of the S&P 500, it has been the economically sensitive cyclical sectors of the market that have lagged behind,” said the agency’s chief market strategist in a article, highlighting the effectiveness of vitality, financial and industrial over this range of points. These three sectors have lost more than 24% in the previous three months.

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