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RTM: Stock Markets Lower, But Nothing Has Changed

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5 Second Run Down

Equities are down about 1.5 percent on the broader averages. We still about 1.5 percent from all-time highs. Financials ($XLF) and Semis ($SOXX) are the hardest hit. The Dollar is weaker as are yields.
^SPX Chart

^SPX data by YCharts

XLF, XLB and XLI have been weakest sector YTD, and have trended lower since the middle of March.

The dollar has been trending lower since December.
^DXY Chart

^DXY data by YCharts

Yields have been in the same range for a long time too.
^TNX Chart

^TNX data by YCharts

So what’s new today? Nothing. All of these trends have been place for some time. The Trump Trade can’t be getting called into questions because it has been dead for months now. Earnings and revenue growth will continue to be the backbone of this market.
S&P 500 Earnings Per Share Forward Estimate Chart

S&P 500 Earnings Per Share Forward Estimate data by YCharts

S&P 500 Sales Per Share Chart

S&P 500 Sales Per Share data by YCharts

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