DJIA : Tech Bulls

(Thu, 10 Sept 2020). The Dow Jones ripped higher on Wednesday as investors aggressively bought the recent dip in mega-cap tech stocks.

The Dow Jones rallied over 400 points on Wednesday. Investors piled into beaten-down tech stocks, lifting Apple and Microsoft over 4%. IG fears a setback to the vaccine timeline after AstraZeneca’s trial setback. Risk-on conditions returned with a big bang on Wednesday, as the Dow Jones surged after Tuesday’s decline. With the bruised tech sector leading the rally, jobs data and declining coronavirus cases are helping to support Dow bulls as they aggressively buy the dip.


Dow Jones Keeps Rising as Cuomo OKs Limited Indoor Dining

All three major U.S. stock indices enjoyed a healthy bounce mid-week with the Nasdaq (+3%) leading the way, while the S&P 500 and Dow Jones grew around 2%. On the data front, JOLTS job openings provided some good news in a shaky U.S. jobs market, as momentum continues to be seen in the economic recovery.

Helping to fuel this comeback is a steady decline in the number of domestic coronavirus cases. This is a stark contrast with the Eurozone, where there is a dramatic second-wave underway. Providing a visible kick to risk-appetite, New York Governor Cuomo announced that indoor dining would be permitted at 25% capacity on September 30.


AstraZeneca Setback Could Be a Worry for Trump

It was not all good news as the first high-profile vaccine disappointment was seen yesterday, with front-runner AstraZeneca postponing phase 3 trials. If Wall Street was concerned about this, it didn’t show, as even AZN stock only fell 1% today.

On the political front, investors have had little polling meat to get their teeth into, as pollsters see little movement in Trump or Biden’s election chances. The most up to date predictions see almost no bump for the White House after the most recent RNC convention, and Biden holding a commanding lead in swing state Pennsylvania.


Dow 30 Stocks: Apple Soars As Tech Sector Recovers

The Dow 30 posted an incredible turnaround on Wednesday, as Apple and Microsoft flipped the script with a big rally. Both tech giants exploded with 5% gains, leading the risk-on rally. Newly minted Dow Jones member also enjoyed a 4% gain. Oil supermajor Chevron enjoyed a 2% rally as crude oil mounted a 3% gain, halting its recent slide after Saudi Arabia cut its prices.

Across the entire index, it was only Walgreens that couldn’t manage a green figure, as WBA tumbled 1%








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