1 Jul 20 - A Record Quarter | New Zealand Refining Global markets were mixed overnight, as the US market (S&P 500 Index +1.5%) rose again to close out its strongest quarter in more than two-decades as it jumped 20%. The S&P 500 is just 8% off its record high after making a rapid rebound post experiencing one of its worst quarters to date. Investors are parsing an array of factors that could weigh on stocks in the months ahead, including potential delays in reopening parts of the US economy and sky-high stock valuations in some sectors, However, this has largely been offset by record amount of stimulus being pumped into the economy and investor enthusiasm, driven in part by recent economic data that continues to come out better than expected. Driving much of Wall Street’s strong second quarter were shares of companies benefiting from the millions of people staying home. like Amazon  and other retailers wit...