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I do not think it is a stretch to write the ties that bind the global economy together and delivered goods in abundance across the ...

Covid in China, war in Europe and changing perceptions about the invincibility and massive ownership of Big Tech companies are ...

Little attention has been focused upon surging mortgage rates. According to CNBC, the average 30-year mortgage rate is...

Stocks climbed and bonds fell after FRB Chair Powell reassured markets that the Fed remains committed to fighting the fastest inflation in ...

Jobless claims surged by 6.64 million, vastly exceeding the 3.6 million estimate.  In two weeks, the economy has lost over 10 million jobs, eclipsing the approximate 8.6 million jobs lost in the first seven months of the Great Recession.  More are

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Equities extended their gains buoyed by improving Chinese data, better than expected earnings from a large money center bank and data that did not threaten the monetary policy....

Equities closed essentially unchanged as crude rallied about 1.7% to close over the psychological $40 mark.  There were no major headlines for yesterday’s rise except a reiteration of next week’s OPEC/Russia meeting to cap production. The dollar fell to a nine month low....