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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

The overall market is currently experiencing normal macro volatility.

Some of the largest moves in the market today include: Bitcoin has experienced a move of -1.6%.

Market participants are closely monitoring several key economic data releases and central bank activities globally. In the U.S., Thursday will see preliminary GDP figures for Q1 along with unemployment claims and pending home sales; Friday brings core PCE price index, personal income, and spending data—critical indicators of consumer activity.

The Eurozone’s CPI release on Friday is pivotal ahead of the ECB meeting in June where interest rate decisions loom large amid volatile inflation expectations. Japan’s Tokyo core CPI y/y and industrial production reports due on Friday could influence BOJ policy as markets speculate about potential future rate hikes amidst yen weakness concerns.

AI-generated summaries of notable ETF and macro asset moves:

TIP [+0.3%] The TIPS sector experienced a modest increase, coinciding with market focus on inflation. Notable figures have discussed the impact of undocumented immigration on labor costs and inflation pressures. Investors are monitoring government actions aimed at curbing rising prices post-COVID-19 for potential effects on Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS).

BTC/USD [-1.6%] Bitcoin’s price may have been affected by contrasting views on its future value and the transfer of $9.62 billion worth of Bitcoin from Mt. Gox to repay creditors, marking the first movement in over five years towards reimbursing users since 2014. Additionally, a drop occurred after MicroStrategy’s Michael Saylor noted that spot Bitcoin ETFs collectively hold more than one million Bitcoins.

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[+75.8%] Asahi Kasei’s bid to acquire Calliditas Therapeutics at an 83% premium caused a surge in the stock price. The acquisition aligns with Asahi Kasei’s global healthcare expansion strategy, focusing on immunology and transplantation. 

AAPL [+1.5%] Apple Inc’s stock has seen a positive movement, coinciding with anticipation around its AI strategy unveiling at WWDC. Despite playing catch-up in AI compared to competitors like Microsoft and Alphabet, Apple is expected to focus on practical tools for everyday users integrated into core apps and operating systems. Analysts suggest the surge reflects consumer interest post price cuts in China as iPhone shipments jumped 52% in April amidst competition from local brands like Huawei. 

NVDA [+3.3%] NVIDIA Corp’s stock has surged, driven by strong financial results and positive outlooks for AI technology. The company excels in its data center segment with significant revenue growth from AI microchips like the Blackwell series. Tech stocks overall are benefiting from robust earnings reports and increasing demand for artificial intelligence technologies, positioning NVIDIA well amidst market rallies. 

TXN [+3.2%] Elliott Management’s $2.5 billion stake in Texas Instruments, pushing for improved cash flow through capex adjustments likely boosted market sentiment positively towards the stock. The correlation with Qualcomm Inc suggests potential synchronized movements to watch for further trends impacting both companies simultaneously. TXN appears stronger than its sector peers post recent close.  

DKNG [-7.0%] DraftKings Inc’s stock declined as Illinois approved a sports-betting tax hike, impacting its consolidation and marketing strategies. Oppenheimer maintains an Outperform rating with interest in acquiring Simplebet. This news coincides with Draftkings underperforming sector peers recently.

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