From the floor of the CME group in Chicago, Alan Knuckman reviews market action from the previous week and what it indicates for the beginning of this week.
Stock selling continued on Thursday for the second day in a row.
From the trading floor of the CME Group in Chicago, Alan Knuckman reviews futures and commodity activity and what to look for in the day ahead.
From the CME Group trading floor, Alan Knuckman reviews multiple markets heading into trade Monday, June 9.
The ECB bank action has shifted focus to the British pound, which gained 10 percent since the move. However, the pound faces an uncertain future.
From the trading floor of the CME Group, Alan Knuckman reviews market action and what the futures and commodity markets signal for Wednesday, June 4.
From the trading floor of the CME Group, Alan Knuckman reviews the markets and levels to watch for the day ahead.
From the CME Group Trading Floor, Risk Management Capital of the World, Alan Knuckman reviews the futures and commodity markets.
The uptrend continues as a the S&P 500 hit a new record Thursday, closing on the high. Dow Futures up, NASDAQ full recovery, all the way from down almost 10%. Currency was quiet, down 8 with only 20 point range. Euro had 40 point range, up 9 ticks. Bond made some new highs, closed negatively though. Gold going nowhere, down $2. Looking ahead to trade on Friday morning, there is some profit taking opportunities. Bond market steady. Yield on 30 yr Treasury 3.33%, 10 yr 2.47%. Gold not doing well, down $4 at $12.52.
From the floor of the CME Group, Alan Knuckman for Thursday May 29. Markets essentially closed unchanged Wednesday as the S&P 500 touched a new high.