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Another bulge bracket firm—JP Morgan—is suggesting the 10-year Treasury can trade to 1.90% by year end. The Bank joined Citibank and Bank of America with a ...

The indices are on the verge of rolling over. Bloomberg writes for the fifth time this year the S & P 500 has traded to this pivotal support line and in every instance rebounded. Will today be ...

Equities were choppy yesterday amid the threat of inflation. As widely noted the Federal Reserve has more than doubled down on the transitory narrative. Treasuries fell about a...

Last week I commented about a possible short cover rally in the Treasury market, perhaps a reason why yields dropped about 10 basis points in quick order. JP Morgan wrote yesterday that ...

Some have commented that White House statements indicating it has no plans to delist Chinese companies helped offset the negative sentiment from Chinese remarks that it has narrowed the range of topics to be discussed. I am certain the interpretation of the upcoming meeting...

According to a survey taken by JP Morgan the greatest risk to quantitative strategies is not a sharp increase in rates or poor economic data but rather a collapse in liquidity. According to the Bank, “people know this is happening, it is not...

Earnings season commences Friday. Depending upon the source, first quarter profits are expected to decline anywhere between 4.8% and 9%. JP Morgan writes the majority of the declines will be focused in the ...

March’s unemployment data is released at 8:30. In my view the data can confirm or deny the recessionary narrative. As widely discussed February’s statistics were extremely confusing as growth in private sector and non-farm payrolls greatly disappointed while other components of the report...