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What About The Fed?

By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst

In February, the market experienced several record-breaking losing sessions, including two days of more than 1,000 Dow points lower as the 10-year yield approached a 3.0% yield. It’s been there since, including Friday, but the market has come to grips with this and it no longer goes crazy.

Higher yields did help the Financials (XLF) to the best performance in the S&P 500, followed by Energy (XLE) and Industrials (XLI).

S&P 500 Index


Communication Services (XLC)


Consumer Discretionary (XLY)


Consumer Staples (XLP)


Energy (XLE)


Financials (XLF)


Health Care (XLV)


Industrials (XLI)


Materials (XLB)


Real Estate (XLRE)


Technology (XLK)


Utilities (XLU)


Keep watching the Dow Jones Transportation (DJT) Index for validation of the economic boom and a stock market rally – it closed at an all-time high on Friday.


Charles Payne
Wall Street Strategies


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