Expedia Group Inc EXPE:NASDAQ

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Equities Advance Midday, Treasury Yields Decline as Federal Reserve Begins Policy Meeting

1:09PM ET 5/03/2022 MT Newswires
Equities Advance Midday, Treasury Yields Decline as Federal Reserve Begins Policy Meeting

Stocks rose midday Tuesday while government bond yields retreated as factory orders beat expectations and the Federal Reserve kicked off its two-day policy meeting.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 0.4% to 33,184.8, with the S&P 500 up 0.6% to 4,180.5 and the Nasdaq Composite less than 0.1% higher at 12,542.6.

Energy, utilities, and real estate led the gainers, with all but two sectors, consumer discretionary and technology, in the green.

The US 10-year yield dropped 5.6 basis points to 2.94% intraday.

The Fed's meeting will end on Wednesday, with policymakers widely anticipated to lift interest rates by 50 basis points. Market participants will be looking out for Fed's guidance to gauge the pace of rate increases this year.

West Texas Intermediate crude-oil futures slumped $1.47 to $103.71 per barrel.

New orders for US factory goods rose by 2.2% in March, above expectations for a 1.2% increase in a survey compiled by Bloomberg and following a 0.1% increase in February.

US job openings rose to more than 11.5 million in March, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said. That number beat the 11.2 million expected in a survey compiled by Bloomberg and was up from about 11.3 million reported in February. The March level represents 7.1% of total employment, up from 7% in February and 5.5% a year earlier.

In company news, Elliott Management called for a full strategic review of Western Digital (WDC) and offered $1 billion equity capital to facilitate the separation of its NAND flash memory business. Shares of Western Digital surged 15% intraday, the most in S&P 500.

(EXPE) said it expects a "robust" travel season this summer as demand continues to recover, setting the stage for improving sales as losses narrow even amid a challenging macroeconomic and geopolitical environment. Shares of travel bookings operator slumped 14%, the worst performer on the S&P 500.

Gold rose 0.4% to $1,871.30 per ounce, and silver was up 0.5% to $22.69 per ounce.