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Morning Energy Blog – May 27, 2016

Equities and the economy After two spectacular days U.S. stocks bivouacked with the Dow closing down 23 points at 17,828, the S&P 500 closing flat to Tuesday at 2,090 and the Nasdaq ending at 4,090, up 7 points. All the definition of “chatter.” Considering the big move we had I call this a victory. Even […]

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Morning Energy Blog – March 30, 2016

Equities and the economy Jump’n Janet flash hit the gas, gas, gas! As I mentioned in yesterday’s blog, the big event of the day was Janet Yellen speaking before the Economics Club of New York and her message was clear: monetary expansion is on the table, which means raising interest rates is off, at least […]

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Morning Energy Blog – October 30, 2015

Equites and the Economy Good morning. Although U.S equities closed lower yesterday they held on to most of Wednesday gains including the Dow’s 198 point rise that day. The Dow fell 24 points to 17,756, the S&P 500 lost a single digit to 2,089 and the Nasdaq fell 22 to 5,074. 3rd quarter GDP data […]

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Morning Energy Blog – May 29, 2015

Equities and the Economy Good morning and happy Paperclip Day (I guess it’s only fair paperclips have their day being cellophane had its day on Wednesday).  U.S. stocks ended slightly lower yesterday with the Dow falling 37 points to 18,126, the S&P 500 lost 2 to 2,121 and the Nasdaq was off 9 to 5,098.  […]

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Morning Energy Report – September 23, 2014

Good morning. Some bad news in the housing market weighed on U.S equities yesterday. The National Association of Realtors reported sales of previously owned homes (existing) unexpectedly fell in August for the first time in 5 months. Sales fell 1.8% to 5.05 million annualized pace from a revised 5.14 million pace in July. The expectation […]

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