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PepperLime Health Acquisition Corporation is a blank check company. The Company is formed for the purpose of effecting a merger, capital stock exchange, asset acquisition, stock purchase, reorganization or similar business combination with one or more businesses. The Company has not selected any specific business combination target and has not, nor has anyone on its behalf, initiated any substantive discussions, directly or indirectly, with any business combination. The Company intend to focus its search on technology, consumer health and wellness sectors. The Company has not commenced any operations nor generated any revenue.

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Dow scores 1,200-point gain as stocks log biggest one-day advance since 2020 on signs inflation is softening

4:36 pm ET November 10, 2022 (MarketWatch)

By Joseph Adinolfi and Jamie Chisholm

10-year Treasury yield sees biggest daily decline since March 2009

U.S. stocks finished sharply higher on Thursday, logging their biggest single-session rally in more than two years as the Dow soared more than 1,200 points on data suggesting inflation may be peaking.

When looking at stock performance on CPI data days, both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq clinched their biggest daily gains in the history of the data series.

Falling Treasury yields and a softer dollar, driven by expectations that the Federal Reserve might opt for a smaller interest-rate hike in December, also helped to boost stocks, market analysts said.

What stocks did

Thursday's move higher in stocks helped the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite erase all the losses from Wednesday's session and catapulted all three indexes well into the green for the week.

Wednesday's drop, which came after three days of consecutive gains, marked the biggest post-election day pullback since 2012, according to Dow Jones Market Data.

What drove markets

U.S. stocks rocketed higher after the release of the consumer-price inflation figures on Thursday and kept climbing.

Headline inflation retreated on a year-over-year basis to 7.7%, while the year-over-year core number declined to 6.3%. On a month-over-month basis, headline inflation came in at 0.4%, while core inflation softened to 0.3%.

See: U.S. inflation has come off the boil, but it's going to take a lot longer to cool down

"Markets are applauding the cooler inflation print and expectations for a downdraft in rates has begun with expectations for the December 14th rate hike anchored at 50 basis points," said Quincy Krosby, chief global strategist for LPL Financial. "Still, markets need to absorb Friday's University of Michigan's Consumer Sentiment Survey that includes consumer 5-10 year consumer inflation expectations, which has climbed to an uncomfortable 2.9%."

Shortly after the data were released, the Wall Street Journal's Nick Timiraos reported that the October report "is likely to keep the Fed on track to approve a 50-basis-point interest-rate increase next month."

Fed funds futures traders were pricing in higher than 80% odds of a 50 basis point rate hike in December, compared with below 60% odds one day earlier, per the CME's FedWatch tool

Several senior Federal Reserve officials delivered public remarks on Thursday, including Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker, who said the Fed will slow down the pace of interest rate hikes in the coming months. Fed President Mary Daly also said the Fed should still raise its benchmark interest rate slightly above a 4.5%-4.75%.

The yield on the 10-year Treasury note fell about 33 basis points to 3.828%. The rate-sensitive Nasdaq logged its biggest leap in percentage-point terms since March, 2020, when stocks were just recovering from a sharp pandemic-inspired selloff.

See also:Bonds head for biggest one-day rally in more than a decade after October's downside inflation surprise

The ICE U.S. Dollar Index was off 2.4% at 107.85, as the euro rose to its highest level against the buck in roughly two months.

"The market is ripping higher on the heels of today's surprising CPI report," said Brian Price, head of investment management at Commonwealth Financial Network. "It's not surprising because investors have been waiting for evidence that inflation is peaking. I don't think we're out of the woods yet by any means but today's price action is encouraging for those who have stayed invested in a very difficult year for equities and fixed income.:

McDonald's Corp. ended up being the only Dow component to finish Thursday's session in the red, while the other 29 blue-chip stocks traded higher, with Salesforce Inc. (CRM) in the lead.

In other markets, Bitcoin recovered some ground Thursday, after falling to its lowest level since 2020 this week on expectations that FTX and its related companies might be headed for insolvency. The price of bitcoin was up 12% in the last 24 hours near $17,878, according to CoinDesk.

-Joseph Adinolfi

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