23 September 2020: Investors Buy the Dip  |  Woodside Result Global markets were up overnight (S&P 500 Index +1.1%) snapping a 4-day losing streak as investors "bought the dip" despite a likely delay in new fiscal stimulus by Congress and as an increase in the number of covid-19 cases dampened hopes of a faster economic recovery. Most sectors were up, led by consumer discretionary and real estate, while the tech sector also enjoyed healthy gains, with Amazon up +5% after receiving an upgrade by analysts.  British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new restrictions are likely to last six months and told people to work from home if possible, saying the country is at a “perilous turning point” for the virus - putting more pressure on the UK economy and further delaying a recovery.  Fed Chair Jerome Powell on Tuesday told a congressional panel that the economy had shown “mar...