Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Is the Fed Dovish, or Just Plain Chicken?

Is the Federal Reserve in the midst of its quickest pivot ever? It seems to be. Only two months ago, central bankers were united in their...

Morning Notes Jan. 29, 2018

Personal Income and Outlays Report was issued this morning. This report breaks out December's consumer numbers, including inflation data, from last week's fourth-quarter GDP report....

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...
Will Jerome Powell Signal an October Cut? All Eyes on the Fed

Will Jerome Powell Signal an October Cut? All Eyes on the Fed

The Federal Reserve's expected to cut interest rates today, but next month's the real question. Will the central bank...

Morning Notes Jan. 8, 2018

The DJIA surpassed 25,000 last Thursday, extending the bull market that began in 2009. This is the first full week of 2018 and observers expect...

Don’s Notebook August 1, 2018

The big question today is, because of the strength of the economy and the question of the Fed's independence, will there be any a...

Don’s Notebook July 18, 2018

After positive comments on the economy yesterday, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell will have a second day of testimony in Washington starting at 10am...

Don’s Notebook February 22, 2018

Fed Governor Randal Quarles delivered an assessment of the U.S. economy as a “gradual” path for raising interest rates in his speech on monetary...

Don’s Notebook June 12, 2018

Any new pressure in core consumer prices in the CPI would be an unknown today, but markets are certain to focus on the outcome...

Don’s Notebook April 23, 2018

Today in the market, Existing Home Sales opens a week of substantial data for the housing sector which has been mostly struggling so far...
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