Monday, December 9, 2019

Don’s Notebook March 13, 2018

Yesterday’s, markets ended mixed as some of the market leaders (BA and CAT) dragged on the DJIA. Last week's average hourly earnings cooled inflation worries...

Morning Notes Jan. 3, 2018

The U.S. Senate reconvenes today and will be considering a spending bill to avoid a government shutdown later this month. The Institute for Supply Management’s...

Morning Notes Jan. 24, 2018

Housing data will dominate the economic reports today. Recent reports have been very strong and forecasters are calling for existing home sales in December...

Don’s Notebook February 2, 2018

The results of Groundhog Day 2018 are in: According to legend, we're in for six more weeks of winter because Punxsutawney Phil has seen...

Don’s Notebook June 14, 2018

Yesterday's FOMC statement said household spending has picked up indicating strength for today's retail sales report. Confirmation came this morning in the US Commerce...

Don’s Notebook May 8, 2018

Don’s Notebook May 8, 2018 Make sure to review overnight comments from Fed Chair Jerome Powell who was speaking  at the Swiss National Bank and...

Don’s Notebook January 31, 2018

There's a lot of interesting stuff going on today, starting with the total super blue blood moon lunar eclipse that is now currently taking...

Don’s Notebook May 15, 2018

Don’s Notebook May 15, 2018 Two things to focus on today: The ex-auto ex-gas Retail Sales report released by the US Census Bureau which was...

Don’s Notebook March 28, 2018

The selloff that began yesterday afternoon U.S. spread globally last night. Tech stocks led our loser list, with Nvidia Corp. and Facebook Inc. among the...

Don’s Notebook May 9, 2018

Don’s Notebook May 9, 2018 Producer prices open three straight days of inflation data. Today’s announcement, the Producer Price Index (PPI) of the Bureau of...
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