The Wall Street index showed mixed performance on Monday as technology stocks reversed their course on concerns over rising Treasury yields, although possible plane orders pushed Boeing and Dow Jones benchmarks.
The Nasdaq (.IXIC) developed early gains, but began to sell lower, and the trend towards a regaining momentum on advanced technology stocks retreated. Higher Treasury yields tend to be a factor in the future economy.
Bank stocks made profit of increased yields, while the financial sector increased its profits by 0.3%. Effs rose as investors positioned for potential effects of the Federal Reserve's tapering.
- Tech will slow down a little and the transition to financials is better in that scenario. Higher rates, banks make more money," said Jay Pestrichelli, chief executive of the investment firm ZEGA Financial.
The yield hike also threatened to nix the year's rally, with spot gold at its highest level since mid-June on Monday before falling.
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Walmart, which is expected to report earnings on Tuesday, fell 0.08%, whereas the S&P retailers index added 0.7%.
The annual sales data for October for the year is due on Tuesday, and will show the impact of the inflation on consumer spending.
"The inflation is probably going to help consumer groups," says Robert Pavlik, senior portfolio manager at Dakota Wealth in Fairfield, Connecticut.
By 1:51 p.m. EST, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (.DJI) rose 23,6 points, or 0,07%, to 36,123,91, the S&P 500 (.SPX) gained 0.02 points, or 0,03%, to 4682,87 and the Nasdaq Composite (.IXIC) dropped 36,73 points, or 0.23%, to 15,824.23.
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