Today, the opening price on the E-mini S&P was (1804.75). Today’s high price was (1809) at 12:55 a.m. US/Eastern time. At 4:00 p.m. US/Eastern time, the low price of the day was (1797). The Construction Spending data represents the dollar value of new construction activity on residential, non-residential, and public projects. The data is available in nominal and real (inflation-adjusted) dollars. For the month of October construction outlays made a comeback. Construction outlays rebounded 0.8 percent after a decline of 0.3 percent in September. Public construction spending is up a monthly 3.9 percent, followed by a 1.9 percent decrease the month before. Private residential outlays went down 0.6 percent in October, following a 1.7 percent boost the month before. New 1-family spending declined 0.6 percent after rising 1.7 percent. Multi-family outlays went up 2.2 percent after jumping 4.3 percent in September. Residential outlays excluding new homes dropped 1.2 percent, following a gain of 3.6 percent the month before. Nonresidential private outlays dropped 0.5 percent in October, following a 1.0 percent decrease in September.
Today’s E-mini S&P opening price was (1756.50). The market price dipped to (1750.25) for the day’s low at 10:40 a.m. US/Eastern time. The market day’s high of (1764) was hit at 2:35 p.m. US/Eastern time. In the week of October 26 jobless claims at 340,000, which is 10,000 below the previous week. Government contractors who were filing claims during the government shutdown in the first half of the month and California, with counting problems that were tied to a computer changeover, are no longer inflating these factors. The 4-week average has risen to 356,250 in the latest week, which is the highest reading since April. In the latest data which is for the October 19 week continuing claims are up 31,000 to 2.881 million. The 4-week average is down 10,000 in the latest week to 2.879 million which, is a bit above the month-ago trend. For insured workers, the unemployment rate is unchanged at 2.2 percent which is just up from the recovery low.
The opening price on the E-mini S&P today was (1739.25). The lowest price of the day was (1734.75) at 2:25 p.m. Eastern time. The day’s high was hit at 10:05 a.m. Eastern time of (1742.50). In the week of October 11 oil inventories rose by 4.0 million barrels to 374.5 million. Oil imports remain steady at an 8.0 million barrel per day rate in the week. With the seasonal slow down, refineries are operating at 86.2 percent capacity vs. the low 90 percent rates during the summer. Gasoline and distillate inventories are down 2.6 million and 1.8 million barrels in the week respectively. With oil prices at the $100 level per barrel, it is now moving slightly slower following today’s report.
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