U.S. Morning Market Commentary - 10:30 pm CST

November 27, 2015

U.S. Stocks

U.S. stocks are mixed with little change to begin the shortened trading session. In global markets, news of a widening regulatory probe into China's brokerage industry sparked a 5.5% tumble. Bond prices are higher this morning with global market weakness increasing the appeal for haven debt.

S&P 500

The best performing sector is: Telecom
While the worst performing sector is: Energy

Overall market indices

The Dow Jones Industrial Average* is down 7.41 at 17,805.98
The Standard & Poor's 500 Index is up 0.15 at 2,089.02
The NASDAQ Composite Index is up 8.16 at 5,124.30


This morning, volume on the New York Stock Exchange is moderate, with 160.43 million shares traded.
Advancers are outnumbering decliners by roughly a 3 - to - 2 margin.

Commodity markets

The spot price of gold is down $14.17 to $1,058.04
The spot price of silver is down $0.15 to $14.13
And crude oil prices are down $1.01 to $42.03

Bond markets

The 30-year Treasury yield is currently: 2.99%
And the 10-year Treasury yield is: 2.21%

Important Information:

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