Earnings are 90% in the can and not only are they not bad, but they are also the best since 2010.
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Republicans managed to hold on to the Senate but democrats managed to take control of the House. How will this affect the US indices? Most analysts agree that the market may not react positive to
November 6th voters go to the polls on what is being seen as a status report, not only on the Trump agenda but on the method of delivery versus a scorecard on results.
We are at about the halfway point of Q3 earnings and so far things don’t look too bad.
The accepted range of what market participants refer to as “correction territory” is down 8%-10% from recent highs.
China’s Growth Domestic Product (GDP) was released last night and we may be seeing part of the reason the Dow, S&P 500 and the
The selloff in the NASDAQ, S&P and the Dow last week was both rapid and revealing.
The Dow tumbled 546 points, or 2.1%, on Thursday following another heavy session of selling The index briefly turned positive during morning trading before collapsing down 699 points on its lows.
September’s Non-Farm payrolls number (NFP) was released as scheduled on Friday morning and it delivered exactly what the Fed needed, if not what the stocks market wanted.
This week, a bond selloff took hold led by U.S. Treasuries, raising yields across the globe. In the course of 4 days at the beginning of October, the yield on the U.S.
Its breakout week for longer-dated yields as we saw the 10-year note yield move comfortably above 3% and the 30-year bond yield moved to its highest level since May 17th of this year.
This week in the United States is the time of the quarterly quad witching when futures contracts, futures options, stock options, and single stock futures contracts expire.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell gave a speech, as is tradition, on Friday at the Kansas City Fed’s 42nd annual symposium on economic trends and monetary policy.
The Kansas City Fed and its President Esther George are hosting their 42nd annual economic symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming this week.
On Jan 2nd of this year, the USD/TRY (Turkish Lira) stood at 3.79082. As of this writing, it stands at 5.81056, having gone as high as 7.08310.
According to data compiled by FactSet.com, with 91% of the companies in the S&P 500 reporting actual results for the quarter, it’s time for an earnings checkup.
U.S. Consumer Price Index data for the month of July was released this morning and it was Rip-Van-Winkle exciting.
According to FactSet.com, for Q2 2018 with 81% of the companies in the S&P 500 reporting actual results for the quarter, the ble
You wouldn't know it by now, but there was an FOMC this week. They left rates alone in an 8-0 vote and release an official statement.
On Thursday Facebook got crushed to the tuned of -17% and -$199 billion in market capitalization, but it was worse intraday, with a low of $173.75 which was -24%, so there was a bit of a recovery
The 2’s-10’s yield curve came in another basis point as of Friday’s close. This critical part of the Treasury yield curve, which is a simple calculation of the yield on the U.S.
On May 29th, President Trump announced $50 Billion in tariffs on China, a development most market participants called “gamesmanship” or “art of the deal” at the time.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished up 181.92 points yesterday (+.75%), the S&P 500 up 23.39 points (+.86%) and the NASDAQ
The second quarter and first half of 2018 came to an end last Friday, and the S&P 500 posted a 2.93 percent gain for the three month period and was 1.67 percent higher so far in 2018.