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    Consumer Spending Continues to Drive Earnings and Economic Growth

    Despite much uncertainty in the minds of many investors with respect to the path of interest rate hikes in the U.S., the ultimate impact of Brexit on England, Europe and the rest of the global economy and the outcome of the upcoming presidential election in the U.S., one thing remains certain thus far in 2016 – market leadership continues to change and evolve. ...

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  • China

    Could the Trade War Escalation Create an Attractive Entry Point for Investors?

    Despite much uncertainty in the minds of many investors with respect to the path of interest rate hikes in the U.S., the ultimate impact of Brexit on England, Europe and the rest of the global economy and the outcome of the upcoming presidential election in the U.S., one thing remains certain thus far in 2016 – market leadership continues to change and evolve. ...

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  • Earnings Do Matter and can be Engines of Stock Market Growth

    Despite much uncertainty in the minds of many investors with respect to the path of interest rate hikes in the U.S., the ultimate impact of Brexit on England, Europe and the rest of the global economy and the outcome of the upcoming presidential election in the U.S., one thing remains certain thus far in 2016 – market leadership continues to change and evolve. ...

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  • International Equities at (or Near) an Inflection Point

    Despite much uncertainty in the minds of many investors with respect to the path of interest rate hikes in the U.S., the ultimate impact of Brexit on England, Europe and the rest of the global economy and the outcome of the upcoming presidential election in the U.S., one thing remains certain thus far in 2016 – market leadership continues to change and evolve. ...

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  • A Nontraditional Look into a Traditional Economic Indicator

    Global equity markets gave up ground for the third consecutive week last week. In the U.S., the S&P 500 Index, Dow Jones Industrial Average, and NASDAQ Composite retreated 0.94%, 1.40%, and 0.74% respectively. Overseas, developed and emerging markets lost 1.45% and 1.01% respectively....

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  • Defining a Currency Manipulator According to the U.S. Treasury Department

    Global capital markets were mostly down for the week as investors continued to wrestle with potential implications of U.S./China trade tensions and central bank interest rate policy. In the U.S., the S&P 500 Index fell to a level of 2919, representing a loss of 0.40%, while the Russell Midcap Index fell 0.32% for the week....

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  • The “Big Three” in Action

    Global markets suffered significant losses last week, marking the worst week of 2019. In the U.S., the S&P 500 Index, Dow Jones Industrial Average, and NASDAQ Composite retreated 3.07%, 2.59%, and 3.90% respectively....

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  • Is Central Bank Easing Uniquely American?

    Global capital markets were mixed on the week, with International equities lagging and U.S. equities pulling ahead. In the U.S., the S&P 500 Index pushed ahead to a level of 3026, representing a gain of 1.66%, while the Russell Midcap Index gained 1.69% for the week. ...

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