Mastercard And Microsoft Among Trending Stocks This Week

SourceForbes
SectorFinancial Markets
CountryMiddle east

The markets see-sawed in January, and February saw an early rally. However, in the last two weeks, we may have received another threat to the bull market- bond yields. The 10-year rate eclipsed 1. 35% for the first time in over a year.

While that's a good sign that there is consumer activity and we're economically getting back to normal, it's an ominous sign for growth stocks and inflation. If this yield gets much higher, the Fed may not necessarily have a choice but to hike interest rates sooner than they expected- despite the long road back towards a pre-pandemic economy. Although President Biden's aggressive stimulus could pump up the economy, and the vaccine administration continues to improve, these bond yields are certainly a near-term concern. With more earnings on tap for the coming week, the deep learning algorithms at Q. ai have used Artificial Intelligence ("AI") technology to rate the Top Trending Stocks this week. Sign up for the...read more...