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I do not think it is an understatement to write the next two months might be one of the most contentious Presidential election season in decades. Drama will be great as COVID is the ...

Equities slumped over 7%, the most in 12 weeks as economic jitters returned. The selloff was huge as Bloomberg writes a record of all but 1 S & P 500 stocks fell. To further emphasize the breadth ...

Equities led by oil and travel surged the most in about six weeks after promising early results for an experimental vaccine. Commenting about crude, China announced that its...

Equities initially fell for a myriad of reasons including escalated rhetoric against China over the corona virus. The President is prodding the nation to reopen for business while...

FRB Chair’s testimony was largely as expected. Powell stated that the Committee is monitoring the coronavirus, signaling it out among risks threatening the economy. The Chairman characterized the economy “as strong,” inflation is “trending to goal,” and the labor market as ...

FRB Chair Powell testifies to Congress about the state of the economy. I am certain he will discuss the coronavirus and its possible implications. Perhaps the safest comment to make is no one knows the outcome and there is not a shortage of...

Led by technologies, equities sank on reports that the US is moving toward restrictions on ownership of Chinese equities in government sponsored pension plans. I think it is noteworthy that there is bipartisan support for such a plan...

The 8:30 headline describing September’s jobs data read “US Payrolls Miss Estimates as Wages Cool in Signs of a Significant Downshift.” The article stressed the nominal miss in both private sector and non-farm payroll gains ...