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Morning Energy Blog – July 10, 2015

Equities and the Economy Good morning and happy Pina Colada Day (Google Rupert Holmes). On the heels of a big rebound in Chinese stocks and a continued strength in European stocks U.S. equities bounced back from Wednesday’s horrific sell-off with the Dow closing up 33 points, the S&P 500 adding 5 to 2,051 and the […]

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Morning Energy Blog – January 20, 2015

Equities and the Economy Good morning. As I’m sure you are fully aware, the U.S. markets were closed yesterday for the holiday so let’s review happened Friday and last week. In summary it was a roller-coaster week. On Friday the Dow shot up 191 points to 17,512, the S&P 500 climbed 27 to 2,019 and […]

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Morning Energy Report – October 9, 2014

Good morning. Thank you Fed. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU! Yesterday right when the major indexes were posting multi-month lows the minutes of the Fed’s September 16-17 meeting in which was stated that 1) that raising interest rates was data dependent and 2) the Fed was concerned about the strength of the U.S. dollar. […]

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