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“It’s money coming out of a crowded trade,” he said. Industrials, energy and materials led gainers on Wall Street, with Caterpillar (CAT.N) raising its full-year outlook after second-quarter earnings nearly doubled and beat expectations, helped by robust global demand for its equipment. A revival in global growth may lift stocks even as tech shares stop leading the market higher, said Michael Arone, chief investment strategist at State Street Global Advisors in Boston. “You’re seeing a change in leadership in the market, and that’s the underlying story here. Energy, financials, materials and industrials are the early leaders,” Arone said.

The S&P telecommunications services index .SPLRCL rose 1.95 percent and the S&P energy sector .SPNY jumped 0.84 percent as oil prices gained, Investors remained cautious over the supply outlook and a potential hit to global output due to U.S, sanctions on Iran, U.S, crude CLc1 rose $1.44 to settle at $70.13 a barrel while Brent LCOc1 settled up 68 cents at $74.97, The dollar slipped the most against the euro, with the common currency 0.41 percent higher as it recovered black fortune wheel cufflinks from its weakest weekly performance against the greenback in six weeks, The euro tumbled last week after the European Central Bank reaffirmed that rates would stay low through next year’s summer..

Analysts said the euro rebounded largely because traders felt it had been oversold last week. The dollar index .DXY fell 0.33 percent, while the Japanese yen JPY= retreated slightly, slipping 0.04 percent versus the greenback to 111.07 per dollar. The euro EUR= rose to $1.1703. Euro zone government bond yields rose after a strong Italian auction boosted demand for Italian debt at the expense of higher-rated markets in the bloc. Expectations for the upcoming Bank of Japan meeting also pressured yields, analysts said, along with German and Spanish inflation data that remained slightly above the ECB’s price stability target in July.

Germany’s 10-year government bond yield DE10YT=RR, the benchmark for the euro zone, rose more than 4 basis points to a six-week high of 0.46 percent, Yields on U.S, Treasury bonds rose, with the benchmark black fortune wheel cufflinks 10-year at a six-week high, as investors sold U.S, government bonds on growing speculation that the BOJ may adjust its ultra-loose monetary policy at its meeting, U.S, benchmark 10-year notes US10YT=RR were down 3/32 in price to yield 2.9747 percent, Gold steadied ahead of this week’s Fed meeting, which could give clues about the outlook for U.S, interest rates and the dollar, key factors for precious metals prices..

(Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors on Monday moved to dismiss their criminal fraud case accusing former trader Jesse Litvak of lying to customers about bond prices, after two convictions of the former Jefferies managing director were overturned on appeal. In a motion filed with the federal court in New Haven, Connecticut, U.S. Attorney John Durham said, “the interests of justice would not be served by a third trial” of Litvak, given the “totality of the circumstances unique to this case.”.

Both convictions resulted in two-year prison terms for Litvak, 43, a married father of two, He had been serving his sentence black fortune wheel cufflinks when the federal appeals court in Manhattan voided his second conviction on May 3 and ordered him freed, Kannon Shanmugam, a lawyer who handled Litvak’s appeals, declined to comment, The dismissal request is a defeat for the government, which has failed to sustain any convictions in its 5-1/2-year crackdown on suspicious sales tactics on Wall Street, which began in January 2013 when Litvak was charged..

Prosecutors accused Litvak of lying to customers including AllianceBernstein, Invesco and Soros Fund Management, causing them to overpay for bonds they bought and accept lower prices for bonds they sold. They said Litvak did this to generate $2.25 million of extra profit for Jefferies, now part of Jefferies Financial Group Inc (JEF.N), and to boost his own pay. Defense lawyers argued that Litvak’s customers were sophisticated and would have known if he lied. The defendant was found guilty in March 2014 on 10 securities fraud counts and other charges, but the appeals court overturned that verdict in December 2015, saying the trial judge wrongly excluded expert testimony for the defense.

Litvak was convicted on a single fraud count at a January 2017 retrial, The appeals court found that verdict tainted by the admission of irrelevant evidence, At least five people have been tried in the government’s probe, Two were acquitted, Litvak and former Nomura Holdings Inc black fortune wheel cufflinks (8604.T) trader Michael Gramins had their convictions set aside, and former Nomura trader Ross Shapiro was acquitted on all but one count, where jurors deadlocked, The cases against Gramins and Shapiro remain pending..

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