Yearly Archives: 2024

  • Last Week’s Markets in Review: Market Momentum Takes Rotational Shift

    The Commerce Department reported on durable goods orders for January. The report showed that orders for long-lasting manufactured goods fell by the most (6.1%) in nearly four years amid a sharp drop in commercial aircraft. These These results may suggest the economy lost some momentum at the start of the year. Also, on Tuesday, markets digested the latest reading for consumer confidence. The Conference Board reported that its consumer confidence index for February slipped to 106.7 from 110.9 in January. ... Read More

  • Last Week’s Markets in Review: Inflation Falls

    The Commerce Department reported on durable goods orders for January. The report showed that orders for long-lasting manufactured goods fell by the most (6.1%) in nearly four years amid a sharp drop in commercial aircraft. These These results may suggest the economy lost some momentum at the start of the year. Also, on Tuesday, markets digested the latest reading for consumer confidence. The Conference Board reported that its consumer confidence index for February slipped to 106.7 from 110.9 in January. ... Read More

  • Last Week’s Markets in Review: Employment Data Moves Stocks Higher

    The Commerce Department reported on durable goods orders for January. The report showed that orders for long-lasting manufactured goods fell by the most (6.1%) in nearly four years amid a sharp drop in commercial aircraft. These These results may suggest the economy lost some momentum at the start of the year. Also, on Tuesday, markets digested the latest reading for consumer confidence. The Conference Board reported that its consumer confidence index for February slipped to 106.7 from 110.9 in January. ... Read More

  • Last Week’s Markets in Review: First Half Ends Slower

    The Commerce Department reported on durable goods orders for January. The report showed that orders for long-lasting manufactured goods fell by the most (6.1%) in nearly four years amid a sharp drop in commercial aircraft. These These results may suggest the economy lost some momentum at the start of the year. Also, on Tuesday, markets digested the latest reading for consumer confidence. The Conference Board reported that its consumer confidence index for February slipped to 106.7 from 110.9 in January. ... Read More

  • Last Week’s Markets in Review: Markets Reflect the Summertime Pace

    The Commerce Department reported on durable goods orders for January. The report showed that orders for long-lasting manufactured goods fell by the most (6.1%) in nearly four years amid a sharp drop in commercial aircraft. These These results may suggest the economy lost some momentum at the start of the year. Also, on Tuesday, markets digested the latest reading for consumer confidence. The Conference Board reported that its consumer confidence index for February slipped to 106.7 from 110.9 in January. ... Read More

  • Last Week’s Markets in Review: Rate Cut Expectations Shift

    The Commerce Department reported on durable goods orders for January. The report showed that orders for long-lasting manufactured goods fell by the most (6.1%) in nearly four years amid a sharp drop in commercial aircraft. These These results may suggest the economy lost some momentum at the start of the year. Also, on Tuesday, markets digested the latest reading for consumer confidence. The Conference Board reported that its consumer confidence index for February slipped to 106.7 from 110.9 in January. ... Read More

  • Last Week’s Markets in Review: Will Recent Jobs Data Influence the Fed?

    The Commerce Department reported on durable goods orders for January. The report showed that orders for long-lasting manufactured goods fell by the most (6.1%) in nearly four years amid a sharp drop in commercial aircraft. These These results may suggest the economy lost some momentum at the start of the year. Also, on Tuesday, markets digested the latest reading for consumer confidence. The Conference Board reported that its consumer confidence index for February slipped to 106.7 from 110.9 in January. ... Read More

  • Last Week’s Markets in Review: Europe Likely to Cut Interest Rates Before U.S.

    The Commerce Department reported on durable goods orders for January. The report showed that orders for long-lasting manufactured goods fell by the most (6.1%) in nearly four years amid a sharp drop in commercial aircraft. These These results may suggest the economy lost some momentum at the start of the year. Also, on Tuesday, markets digested the latest reading for consumer confidence. The Conference Board reported that its consumer confidence index for February slipped to 106.7 from 110.9 in January. ... Read More

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