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Early this morning, the president of Haiti, Jovenel Moïse, was assassinated while he was at his home, and First Lady Martine Moïse is now in the hospital after being shot, authorities say.
The slaying followed demands from his opponents that Moïse relinquish his role at the helm of his country. Haiti was slated to hold elections later in 2021 after not doing so for more than two years. Instability had plagued the region for some time before this morning’s incident — Port-au-Prince’s gang violence has spiked as of late, and the country is still grappling with the aftermath of natural disasters in 2010 and 2016.
“The country’s security situation is under the control of the National Police of Haiti and the Armed Forces of Haiti,” said Interim Premier Claude Joseph. “Democracy and the republic will win.”
He said that Moïse’s murder was “[a] hateful, inhumane, and barbaric act.”
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Futures were muted once again on Wednesday morning, after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq each logged record closes yesterday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, on the other hand, snapped its winning streak over concerns that the economic recovery could have hit a plateau.
Meanwhile, the 10-year Treasury yield dipped to approximately 1.34% this morning as investors awaited the release of the Fed’s June meeting minutes. Traders are hoping for more clues surrounding the potential interest rate hikes in the coming years. The data could move markets, depending on what the document says.
And mortgage demand dipped to a low not seen since before the pandemic, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s latest index.
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