Daily Market Commentary

September 10, 2020

The S&P 500 churned higher even after data showed cracks in recent labor-market strength. The Nasdaq 100 extended its climb back from a three-day selloff of 11%, with Apple Inc. and Tesla Inc. rallying for a second session. Treasuries declined, while gold advanced with the weaker dollar.

Applications for U.S. state unemployment benefits held steady last week, a sign extensive job losses are persisting as the nation struggles to control the coronavirus.

Western Europe has surpassed the U.S.in new daily Covid-19 infections, re-emerging as a global hotspot after bringing the pandemic under control earlier in the summer.

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