… was down amid a bounce back for Large Growth and Tech Stocks.
Many US Equities fell quite a bit
Small Cap Value fell just under -4%
Technology and Large Cap Growth, on the other hand, laughed at the other stocks picking up 3.2% and 1.92% respectively
Commodities tanked again, but Foreign stocks did even worse…
All were down around -4% with some down almost -4.5% YTD
Bonds moved away from bubbling and took a bit of dip with High Yield, Foreign and Emerging Markets all slumping the most
TIPS were only slightly down -0.14%
Both Short and Intermediate Term Treasurys were spared, rising slightly
What caused all this craziness? Well, the Federal Reserve announced they will be taking no action until inflation hits a certain rate. The stimulus bill continues to drift in limbo. And there appears to be growing concern over virus resurgence in Europe.
Have a great weekend!
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