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Don’s Notebook March 14, 2018

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Today's retail sales report offered the first indications on the strength of consumer spending in February. The US Census Bureau report showed that the...

Don’s Notebook March 13, 2018

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Yesterday’s, markets ended mixed as some of the market leaders (BA and CAT) dragged on the DJIA. Last week's average hourly earnings cooled inflation worries...

Don’s Notebook March 12, 2018

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Expected economic reports are extremely heavy this week with a bulk of them coming Wednesday through Friday. Today, February's Treasury budget will reflect the early...

Don’s Notebook March 9, 2018

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Prior to the market open, indicators were pointing to another month of strength for the employment report. Non-farm payrolls rose an outsized 313,000 which...

Don’s Notebook March 8, 2018

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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 March 7, 2018

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Trade data for January may show first-quarter GDP in deficit. Afternoon hours will see the Beige Book and whether the Fed is upgrading economic growth...

Don’s Notebook March 5, 2018

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The service sector is the day's focus with both the Purchasing Managers’ Index and the Institute for Supply Management revolving higher in their last...

Don’s Notebook March 2, 2018

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There may be inflation worry among investors but there are no expectations for inflation among consumers. Traders are watching for 1-year and longer-term 5-year inflation...

Don’s Notebook March 1, 2018

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The S&P 500 Index’s closed February with a slide of 2.4 percent on Tuesday and Wednesday. This continues to set the tone for global...

Don’s Notebook February 28, 2018

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The S&P 500 Index finished yesterday’s session 1.3 percent lower, its biggest decline in weeks, after testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell in...
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