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Stock Report For Week Ended September 15, 2017


A particularly strong performance on Monday, in what T. Rowe Price traders characterized as something of a relief rally, led to a positive week for U.S. stocks as many major benchmark indexes reached record highs. Monday’s burst of optimism came after the initial reports of damage from Hurricane Irma were not as severe as some pre-U.S. landfall estimates had projected. Also, North Korea did not test another missile during the previous weekend, as many observers had expected. However, the country did launch a missile over Japan near the end of the week, which markets shrugged off. Stocks across the range of market capitalizations enjoyed similarly strong performance for the week.

Technology bellwether Apple announced the 10th anniversary version of the iPhone on Tuesday. Apple’s press event had little impact on the broader technology sector, and the company’s stock declined modestly on the day of the introduction before recovering to finish the week little changed. Apple shares had gained almost 40% in 2017 through the beginning of the week.


On Thursday, the Department of Commerce reported that the consumer price index (CPI) rose 0.4% in August, breaking a recent string of lower-than-expected monthly inflation readings. T. Rowe Price Chief U.S. Economist Alan Levenson says that August’s solid CPI number supports the Federal Reserve’s view that the recent inflation soft patch was transitory. Levenson now believes that the Fed is likely to raise interest rates at its December policy meeting.

The inflation data also pushed yields on Treasury bonds higher (see below), supporting bank stocks. Higher long-term interest rates allow banks to generate more interest income from lending, helping to boost their profits.


U.S. Treasury yields increased, with much of the selling pressure coming at the beginning of the week as demand for safe-haven assets like Treasuries waned after North Korea did not test-fire a missile over the weekend and the damage from Hurricane Irma appeared to not be as severe as some expected. (Bond prices and yields move in opposite directions.) The strong August CPI report compounded the sell-off, particularly in shorter maturities that are more sensitive to increases in the benchmark federal funds rate, by boosting the odds that the Fed will raise rates at its December policy meeting. Prices of fed funds futures contracts at the end of the week showed that traders were pricing in an approximately 50% chance of a rate hike in December.

The investment-grade corporate bond market benefited from a healthy balance of new issuance and strong demand. Insurers were notable outperformers early in the week as they rebounded from pre-Hurricane Irma selling pressure. The high yield market was primarily focused on new issuance. Crude oil rose above $50 a barrel for the first time since early August before giving back some of the gains, creating some volatility in below investment-grade bonds from issuers in the energy industry.

Municipal bond yields followed Treasury yields higher, leading to modestly negative returns for munis. New York City issued over $850 million of new municipal debt in the week’s largest deal. T. Rowe Price municipal traders noted that demand for the newly issued New York bonds was very strong, particularly for longer maturities.

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