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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 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 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 February 16, 2018

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The strengthening recovery across U.S. equities -- the S&P 500 Index capped its best five-day run since 2011 yesterday -- continues to set the tone for global benchmarks.

Don’s Notebook February 23, 2018

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Treasury Secretary Mnuchin said in a Thursday interview with Bloomberg. The Secretary is not concerned about foreign investment in U.S. debt, with analysts projecting...

Don’s Notebook February 12, 2018

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Global markets firmed overnight on Sunday and have stayed positive since the Monday Opening Bell. In the pre-market session Futures Markets pointed to a...
Here's Your Ultimate Guide to Trading the Weak Dollar

Here’s Your Ultimate Guide to Trading the Weak Dollar

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A perfect storm of forces is lining up against the U.S. dollar. Here are some key things for investors to know.
Reopening 2.0? Small Caps Gain Traction as Covid Cases Trend Lower

Reopening 2.0? Small Caps Gain Traction as Covid Cases Trend Lower

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Some new trends are emerging as the market potentially looks for the coronavirus pandemic to ease. Small caps, industrials...
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