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“It’s just maybe nervousness .. with another short week coming up,” said Bucky Hellwig, senior vice president at BB&T Wealth Management in Birmingham, Alabama. “There’s a lot of potential for moves one way or the other. We have got a lot of data coming in next week.”. Thursday’s trading was marked by a stunning reversal late in the session to build on a rally that started on Wednesday with the biggest single-day percentage gains for the indexes in nearly a decade.

The week started off with Wall Street’s worst-ever Christmas Eve drop, pushing the S&P 500 to within a whisker of bear market territory, “The market does seem to be forming a tradeable bottom,” said Michael Arone, chief investment strategist at State Street Global Advisors in Boston, “In the last few days and even including macy's cufflinks today, you are seeing investors come in and starting to look for some bargains.”, The Dow Jones Industrial Average .DJI fell 76.42 points, or 0.33 percent, to 23,062.40, the S&P 500 .SPX lost 3.09 points, or 0.12 percent, to 2,485.74 and the Nasdaq Composite .IXIC added 5.03 points, or 0.08 percent, to 6,584.52..

For the week, the S&P 500 rose 2.86 percent, the Dow added 2.75 percent, and the Nasdaq gained 3.97 percent. Even so, the S&P 500 was on track to drop more than 9 percent in December, its biggest monthly percentage decline since February 2009, during the throes of the financial crisis. Concerns about trade tensions between the United States and China, instability in Washington as underscored by the partial federal government shutdown, and slowing U.S. corporate profit growth continue to worry investors heading into 2019.

But the recent slide in stocks means valuations are more reasonable, while some market watchers said this week that Wall Street was becoming more confident about the Federal Reserve’s approach to interest rate policy and monetary tightening, “Investors are beginning to price in the fact that they believe the Fed will raise rates at a much slower pace in 2019,” Arone said, The rebound in stocks macy's cufflinks this week comes as investors may be rotating into equities from bonds, U.S, fund investors added $5.2 billion to equity funds in the first net positive flows for such funds this month, while bonds funds saw $8.3 billion in outflows, according to Lipper data for the latest weekly period..

Contracts to buy previously owned homes fell unexpectedly in November, the National Association of Realtors said, the latest sign of weakness in the U.S. housing market. In corporate news, Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) shares jumped 5.6 percent after the electric carmaker named Oracle Corp (ORCL.N) co-founder Larry Ellison to its board, in response to a demand by U.S. regulators for independent oversight of company management. Dell Technologies Inc (DELL.N) returned to public markets, nearly six years after the company’s founder and chief executive, Michael Dell, took it private.

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Commodity traders are in the dark because of the partial U.S, government shutdown, unable to see daily and weekly reports of agricultural exports to obtain clues macy's cufflinks as to whether China is following through with promises to buy grain and soy amid the ongoing trade war, Traders have been anxiously awaiting proof from the U.S, Department of Agriculture that China is ramping up purchases of grains and soy from U.S, farmers, who are preparing their spring planting and trying to secure financing for seeds, fertilizer and land rents..

Now, trade experts and grain analysts warn the suspension of the reports is clouding the marketplace and potentially giving an advantage to big grain companies directly involved in the export trade. The government shut down partially at midnight on Dec. 21. “We’re watching sales to China like a hawk,” said Ted Seifried, vice president and chief ag market strategist for the Zaner Group. Beijing resumed buying U.S. cargoes earlier this month, after the two countries agreed on Dec. 1 to a trade war truce. But hefty tariffs on U.S. cargoes remain in place, and there is uncertainty over how much the top U.S. soybean customer will purchase.

The gap also gives the large commercial grain merchants - such as Archer Daniels Midland Co (ADM.N), Bunge Ltd (BG.N), Cargill Inc [CARG.UL] and Louis Dreyfus macy's cufflinks Corp [LOUDR.UL] - an advantage by allowing them to keep their export deals with countries like China and Mexico out of the public marketplace, ADM and Cargill said on Friday they had no comment, The other two companies could not immediately be reached for comment, Rich Feltes, vice president for research with Chicago-based brokerage R.J, O’Brien, said the absence of USDA export sales data can increase the risk involved in trading agricultural markets, pushing speculators to the side..