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Don’s Notebook May 17, 2018

Don’s Notebook May 17, 2018 The latest Initial Unemployment Claims data tracks the employment report's sample week and previews what to expect for the May...

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 May 10, 2018

A surprise to the upside for the core CPI could have caused a new downside for the markets but the early trade shrugged off...

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...

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 May 7, 2018

Don’s Notebook May 7, 2018 There is no FOMC meeting this week but expect “Fedspeak clues” on inflation strategy from today's round of Fed Presidents’...

Don’s Notebook May 4, 2018

Payrolls rose 164,000 after an upwardly revised 135,000 advance,  according to the Labor Department data announced earlier today. The jobless rate fell to 3.9...

Don’s Notebook May 3, 2018

Don’s Notebook May 3, 2018 March looks to have been a very good month for the trade balance, the month when tariffs and trade wars...

Markets seem to be climbing a wall of worry

This article is not a recommendation and is intended for educational purposes only. "Stocks climb a wall of worry." Most of us have heard the...
Does U.S. Have the Upper Hand in Trade War? A Consensus is Emerging

The Middle Kingdom’s great leap forward

Today's decision by China to open its markets to U.S. goods lit a fire under the stock market. While a surprise in the short-term,...
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