Week in Review 9/4/2020

S & P 500 ends week in selloff, while FTSE 100 continues its nearly month long decline. Nikkei and DAX end relatively flat.

US initial claims dropped to 880k, with 1.4 million jobs added back and unemployment falling to 8.4%.

Benchmark Treasury yields flatten again.

US Dollar value back to devaluation.

US real estate loan levels unchanged, while Q2 delinquencies on real estate loans data show a slight increase.

In US sentiment, we see ISM Manufacturing remains upbeat, but Non-Manufacturing and Consumer services turn pessimistic.

FED Asset levels continue to hold steady.

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