If one ranked the current importance of the world’s central banks, the Top 2 would easily be the U.S.
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People often confuse and sometimes conflate the U.S. debt with the U.S. budget deficit, which can sometimes be a budget surplus. The U.S.
According to Bloomberg news, President Trump said he’ll extend a deadline to raise tariffs on Chinese goods beyond this week, citing substantial progress in the latest round of talks that took plac
Today at 2:30 eastern, President Trump meets with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He who is also China’s top trade negotiator.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Friday that trade talks with the United States will continue in Washington next week and that he hopes the two sides will be able to reach a mutually beneficial
February has begun, and the earnings calendar is still playing out. Alphabet (GOOG), formerly known as Google, reported on Monday and beat on earnings per share as well as revenue.
The weekly charts on the indices futures show that the markets are potentially overbought. This is very significant because several major companies will be releasing earning reports this week, as
The Fed left rates unchanged this week, as expected and had one of the more dovish statements and subsequent press conferences in recent years.
The CME FedWatch tool shows the current target rate probability for the Federal Funds Rate at 98.9%. However, traders will be closely analyzing the FOMC Statement and Press Conference as to future
Things are definitely looking better than a mere couple of weeks ago for stock investors and the people who are willing to predict a recession in 2019, are starting to shrink in numbers.
Makes no mistake; given the situation, Friday’s non-farm payroll release was one of the strongest in years and would have driven the market lower if not for comments by Fed Chair Jerome Powell that
I wrote in a piece on Monday, “There are too many other bearish fundamentals for the market to rally with an FOMC that may tighten again early next year.
When looking at price charts, you’re often looking back at how markets behaved at a particular price area in the past.
With all the non-market related news affecting the markets lately, it’s nice to have good old tried-and-true economic data to help us decided where the equities markets should go.
This must be the first time in the history of internet search engines that typing in “cease-fire” yields a story on trade in the “Top Stories” section.
The indices have been retracing during the first part of the week but will it continue? The daily charts below show the critical levels where price could turn. The red dotted lines represent both
Earnings are 90% in the can and not only are they not bad, but they are also the best since 2010.
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.
Chinese markets are in an intense state of flux, as two nights ago markets sold off more than 3% and last night the Shanghai composite was down nearly 1.5%, before rebounding sharply.