Monday, July 15, 2019

Rail Traffic Continues to Spike

Railroads closed at a new high as freight traffic climbs to its strongest level in years.
E-Sports IPO Coming to Market Next Week

Esports IPO Coming to Market Next Week

Esports are the latest thing in tech, and the first company dedicated to the field is going public next week. Super League Gaming (SLGG) plans to...

Don’s Notebook March 19, 2018

Wednesday’s FOMC meeting will be the first Fed meeting for new Chairman Jerome Powell. Today should offer time to further assess growth and inflation...

Semiconductors Strong as Other Techs Teeter: Earnings This Week

The last week of earnings has brought more optimism toward semiconductors but skepticism about other major technology stocks. Skyworks Solutions (SWKS), Microchip Technology (MCHP), On...
Dollar Hammered as Fed's Bostic Turns Dovish

Dollar Slides with Doves Ruling the Roost at the Fed

Hawks at the Federal Reserve keep morphing into doves, hammering the greenback. Several comments from the central bank yesterday expressed a cautious view of interest...

Goldilocks Takes Over the Fed

So much for a hawkish Fed sinking the stock market. Jerome Powell veered away from aggressive interest-rate hikes on Wednesday, saying monetary policy is "just...

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...

Don’s Notebook March 8, 2018

The early selloff in U.S. stocks Wednesday that seemed to be sparked by the resignation of Gary Cohn turned out to be short-lived, with...

Don’s Notebook February 7, 2018

U.S. stock index futures dropped overnight, pulling back from the closing prices yesterday when the DJIA closed up 567 points following two previous selloffs...

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...
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