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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 ...

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 ...

It is often written the markets are a microcosm of the myopicy of current perspectives. The issue at hand is to recognize the next myopic dominating view. ...

The first print of third quarter GDP validated my long held view of today’s recessionary fears are vastly overblown. The economy expanded at a 1.9% annualized rate versus the consensus view of a 1.6% pace. Perhaps the most significant aspect of the report...

Monetary policy makers gave no clear signal that their next move would be a hike or a cut, or that any adjustment should be expected at their next meeting in June. Officials slightly upgraded their assessment of the economy saying “economic activity rose at solid...

Producer prices rose more than forecast in October for the biggest jump in six years on broad gains in costs for goods and services.  The core rate or ex food and energy was also up more than forecasted, rising 2.6% from October 2017 and 0.5%...

Treasuries fell while the dollar advanced in a reversal of Tuesday’s trading as the markets weighed the prospect of rising inflation against the political uncertainty of a Trump presidency.  Equites fluctuated amid corporate results....

Treasuries traded lower on December’s employment data, the result of the 2.9% increase in average hourly earnings over the last 12 months.  This is the greatest jump since the recession ended in June 2009.  It is believed job and wage prospects will increase even more...