Saturday, December 7, 2019

Don’s Notebook July 12, 2018

A big increase in the CPI would have emphasized ongoing inflation risks: a tight labor market, high energy prices, and the initial imposition of...

Don’s Notebook July 11, 2018

The June Producer Price Index (PPI) of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) was announced at 8:30am ET. Services and metals are factors in...

Don’s Notebook July 10, 2018

The Labor Department's Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) tracks monthly change in job openings and offers rates on hiring and quits. The...

Don’s Notebook July 9, 2018

The market has consistently attempted to move higher and lower, but the trend ends quickly as it either reverses the same day or the...

Don’s Notebook June 29, 2018

Strength in consumer spending is highlighted in today's Personal Income & Outlays report, demonstrated by the PCE index, the Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation gauge,...

Don’s Notebook June 28, 2018

The US Department of Commerce reported that Gross Domestic Product (GDP) price index came in at 2.2 percent which is above expectations which were...

Don’s Notebook June 26, 2018

Home prices slowed during the early part of Q2 and the Case-Shiller report is the latest to confirm the softening. Case-Shiller's 20-city adjusted index...

Don’s Notebook June 25, 2018

New home sales have been housing's central strength and unexpected weakness in today's report would raise new questions over the sector's contribution to the...

Don’s Notebook June 22, 2018

Don’s Notebook June 22, 2018 The Purchasing Manager's Index (PMI)  Composite Flash Index provides an early estimate of current private sector output by combining information...

Don’s Notebook June 15, 2018

Economic data have been picking up strength but this was not anticipated in today's Federal Reserve Industrial Production report. A big drop in autos...
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