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International Economic Week in Review: The IMF Reports Solid Overall News

By: HaleStewart

At the beginning of the week, the IMF released their latest world economic outlook, which contained mostly upbeat news. European and Japanese growth is stronger and China has stabilized. The report was somewhat unsure how to describe the U.S.’ economic forecast, largely due to the political situation: will it add fiscal stimulus or not? Global price pressures remain subdued. Read more

US Equity and Economic Week in Review: The Numbers and Markets Firm Up From Recent Softness

By: HaleStewart

Unlike several weeks over the last few months where pieces of the economic releases were moderate weaker, this week’s news was solid. Second quarter GDP rebounded from its weak first quarter pace, the housing market remains in good shape and durable goods orders increased (although transportation orders had a great deal to do with this number). Read more

US Equity and Economic Week in Review: The Numbers and Markets Firm Up From Recent Softness

By: HaleStewart

Unlike several weeks over the last few months where pieces of the economic releases were moderate weaker, this week’s news was solid. Second quarter GDP rebounded from its weak first quarter pace, the housing market remains in good shape and durable goods orders increased (although transportation orders had a great deal to do with this number). Read more

US Equity and Economic Week in Review: The Numbers and Markets Firm Up From Recent Softness

By: HaleStewart

Unlike several weeks over the last few months where pieces of the economic releases were moderate weaker, this week’s news was solid. Second quarter GDP rebounded from its weak first quarter pace, the housing market remains in good shape and durable goods orders increased (although transportation orders had a great deal to do with this number). Read more

US Equity and Economic Week in Review: The Numbers and Markets Firm Up From Recent Softness

By: HaleStewart

Unlike several weeks over the last few months where pieces of the economic releases were moderate weaker, this week’s news was solid. Second quarter GDP rebounded from its weak first quarter pace, the housing market remains in good shape and durable goods orders increased (although transportation orders had a great deal to do with this number). Read more

US Equity and Economic Week in Review: The Numbers and Markets Firm Up From Recent Softness

By: HaleStewart

Unlike several weeks over the last few months where pieces of the economic releases were moderate weaker, this week’s news was solid. Second quarter GDP rebounded from its weak first quarter pace, the housing market remains in good shape and durable goods orders increased (although transportation orders had a great deal to do with this number). Read more

US Equity and Economic Week in Review: The Numbers and Markets Rebound From Recent Softness

By: HaleStewart

Unlike several weeks over the last few months where subparts of the economic releases were moderately weaker, this week’s news was solid. Second quarter GDP re-bounded from its weak first quarter pace, the housing market remains in good shape and durable goods orders increased (although transportation orders had a great deal to do with this number). Read more

US Bond Market Week in Review: Inflation Continues to Underperform the Fed's Projections

By: HaleStewart

   On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve released their latest policy statement, maintaining rates at 1%-1.25%.  The real story of the release, however, is the Fed’s view on inflation.  The policy release contained the following comments: Read more

Weekly indicators: what's ailing rail? edition

By: New_Deal_democrat

June data included an increase in new home sales, but a decrease in existing home sales. Median sales prices for both types of housing showed YoY deceleration. The Case-Shiller index, however, did not. Durable goods orders and the University of Michigan's consumer sentiment index both rose. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Jul 28, 2017

By: XE Market Analysis

Disappointing U.S. Q2 GDP data weighed on the dollar in N.Y. trade on Friday, pushing yields lower in the process, and keep a lid on Wall Street. EUR-USD rallied from near 1.1720 ahead of the data, later topping at 1.1764. USD-JPY meanwhile, fell under 110.70 from highs near 111.30. Read more

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