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Emini Futures After Dark Video Recap 03/27/12


The E-Mini S&P 500 retreated from the highs of the day of $1419.75 as US Consumer Sentiment fell under expectations. Inflation concerns held the backdrop in the market as the crude oil prices are still quite high in a pre-election scenario. Further concerns point to US unemployment remaining at high levels and the Euro Zone may have more recession fears and further potential default worries. US Consumer Confidence survey decreased to 70.2 in March from a revised 71.6 reading the previous month. While backing off from the February high, this still was the second highest reading in about a year. 

The views going forward are for more positive results. The S&P/Case-Schiller index of home prices (covering 20 cities) declined 3.8% from last year after decreasing 4.1% in December. This Friday marks the end of the first quarter, where fund managers may shift allocations. The volatility may increase substantially and a sell-off may ensue in managers liquidating positions for the quarter end or for the beginning of the next quarter. 

Yesterday, Chairman Bernanke had addressed the National Association for Business Economics further confirming the ‘extended period’ was still in place for some time to come or the projected 2014. The 8.3% unemployment rate may be non-sustainable over the long-term encouraging the Fed’s to keep the monetary policy accommodative. US Treasury demand was strong as the US government sold $35 billion of the two-year notes. Tomorrow, the US Treasury will sell $35 billion in five-year notes. Tomorrow, the forecast for the US Advanced Durable Goods is for +1.2 - +3.0 in February while the previous report was at -3.7%.  Boeing is expected to maintain their civilian orders for aircraft and the auto orders should remain strong.

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