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Big M Entertainment Corp, formerly HQ Global Education Inc., is a media company, which provides film and television production services. The Company’s products and services include film and television, producing, financing and optioning. It offers services and assistance to writers, producers, directors, editors and technicians to provide complete services and assistance at every phase of film and TV content creation, including concept development, writing, editing, cinematography, visual effects and post-production. It works on films of various budgets and sizes. It is also focused on online content and micro-budget film creation. Its projects are being created specifically for concurrent or integrated release both in theaters and for home viewing or on personal devices.

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Dow ends 240 points lower as inflation surge sends Treasury yields sharply higher

4:36 pm ET November 10, 2021 (MarketWatch)

By William Watts and Mark DeCambre

10-year Treasury yields 1.574%; 30-year bond rate at 1.929% after auction

U.S. stocks ended lower Wednesday, extending Tuesday's losses, after data showed consumer price inflation jumping to the highest in three decades.

The inflation data combined with a poorly received auction of long-dated U.S. government bonds midday didn't help the market's complexion either.

How are stock indexes trading?

On Tuesday, the Dow fell 112 points, or 0.3%, after back-to-back gains, while the S&P 500 snapped an eight-day winning streak and the Nasdaq Composite ended a run of 11 consecutive gains.

What's driving the market?

The Nasdaq Composite led the way lower for major indexes, suffering its worst one-day slump since Oct. 4, as a the 10-year Treasury note yield rose by the most in one day since Nov. 9, 2020, and the 30-year Treasury bond saw its biggest daily jump since March 12, following a poor auction of long-term bonds. Technology and growth-oriented stocks, which make up much of the Nasdaq Composite, are seen as more sensitive to rising interest rates.

The decline in stocks and the sale of 30-year government debt that some analysts described as "disastrous," comes after inflation data revived concerns that the resulting rise in borrowing costs may upend the current bull run for stocks.

The consumer-price index rose 0.9% in October, compared with economists' expectations for a rise of 0.6%. The core reading, which excludes volatile food and energy prices, rose 0.6% versus expectations for a 0.4% rise. Year over year, CPI rose 6.2%, a nearly 31-year high and more than triple the Federal Reserve's 2% target.

"If inflation doesn't subside, the Federal Reserve may need to taper at a more substantial rate and hike interest rates, which could hurt stocks and bonds," said Nancy Davis, founder of Quadratic Capital Management and portfolio manager of the Quadratic Interest Rate Volatility and Inflation Hedge Exchange-Traded Fund.

Separately, data showed first-time applications for unemployment benefits fell by 4,000, to 267,000, in the week ended Nov. 6.

Still, equities are trading not far off all-time highs. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq logged the latest in a series of record closes on Monday, while the Dow finished at a record on Friday. The S&P 500 is up nearly 24% in the year to date, while the Dow has risen nealry 18% and the Nasdaq 21%.

The immediate reaction to the data by equity investors makes sense, but doesn't indicate that they're convinced inflation that is in large part the product of strong demand and supply-chain bottlenecks will pose a significant danger to earnings, said Art Hogan, chief market strategist at B Riley-National, in a phone interview.

Overall, the data was running hotter than investors would like to see, but they don't appear convinced that having more demand than supply will be a problem, he said, or that the Federal Reserve is going to speed up its tapering process or move to give up its patient stance on rate increases.

The CPI update comes a day after data showed a further climb for U.S. producer prices. Meanwhile, China on Tuesday reported its own factory gate prices surged 13.5% in October, the highest since 1996 Consumer prices in the country rose 1.5% to a 13-month high, driven mainly by a jump in prices for food and fuel.

"The October CPI report released today makes ugly reading for the Fed and risk-takers with a further broadening of excess inflation pressure highlighted in median and trimmed mean measures as well as a bounce in autos and energy," wrote analysts at Evercore ISI, Krishna Guha, Peter Williams, and Tobin Marcus, in a Wednesday research note.

Stocks already were under selling pressure early Wednesday but tipped decidedly lower, following a poorly received auction of $25 billion in supply, which was described by Jefferies economists Thomas Simons and Aneta Markowska as one of the worst since 2011, by one measure.

Wednesday's selloff comes after Tuesday's losses halted the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite's lengthy winning streaks.

Meanwhile, shares of Tesla (TSLA) stabilized, rising 4.3% after a tumble of 11% on Tuesday following a string of headlines that rattled investors. Founder and CEO Elon Musk over the weekend asked Twitter followers if he should sell 10% of his stock, with the majority saying yes, and his brother Kimbal sold shares a day before that tweet.

After surging 42% in October, the electric-car maker's stock has dropped 12.6% this week. Inc.(AMZN)-backed electric-vehicle maker Rivian Automotive Inc. made its debut on the Nasdaq Inc., rising 29% to end at $100.73. Rivian priced its initial public offering at $78 a share Tuesday evening.

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Barbara Kollmeyer contributed to this article.

-William Watts


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