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The biggest news for the United States stock market and American consumers happened on Thanksgiving in a far off desert kingdom. Saudi Arabia has taken the big gambit of not cutting production which means downward pressure on oil will continue, and that means less revenue for them. Why would a nation that gets 90% of their revenue from oil allow the price to plunge? I’ve said it several times, but I’m more convinced this is their (last) chance to crush,...
Keystone Comes up Short...Our Grandchildren Too On Tuesday, November 18th the Senate rejected the Keystone pipeline 59-41 and the last-ditch effort to save Mary Landrieuís seat failed by a single vote. During the buildup to the vote, several voices were heard including Sen. Landrieu's, but also Barbara Boxer and Tom Harkin who expressed particula Read more.
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Thanksgiving Stuffed with Economic Data 11/26/2014 By Jennifer Coombs The major equity indices were relatively calm on the busiest travel day of the year. Itís hard to tell which economic release was really eating the market, but thanks to the holiday and the half-trading day on Black Friday, there was a whopping eight reports released Wednesday. The following are the
Econ Wrap-Up: GDP, Home Prices & Consumer Confidence 11/25/2014 By Jennifer Coombs Markets recieved a nice boost following an incredibly positive GDP revision for the third quarter Ė which was unexpectedly revised up instead of down. The US economy grew 3.9% in the third quarter versus the advance estimate of 3.5%. Growth still decelerated from the second quarter weather rebound
Chicago National Acivity Survey & Dallas Fed Mixed 11/25/2014 By Jennifer Coombs During the month of October, the Chicago Fedís National Activity Index showed a slowdown in both production and employment, as well as weakness in consumption and housing. The index came in at a reading of 0.14 which was lower than a downwardly-revised 0.29 reading in September. This drop also contr
Big PMI Deceleration in Europe 11/21/2014 By Jennifer Coombs In a surprising turn of events, China and Europe have actually become the culprits behind the global market rallies on Friday November 21st, including the one here in the US. The Peopleīs Bank of China decided to cut its benchmark one-year lending rate by 40 bps to 5.6%, which is the first rate cut
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