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Market Briefing For Thursday, Aug. 11
A collapse in tightening expectations is the key takeaway that matters to the stock market, from July's consumer price index decline.
Market Briefing For Wednesday, Aug. 10
On Tuesday much of the market recovered moderately ahead of CPI but mostly it was an on-hold session with lots of angst ahead of the numbers.
Market Briefing For Tuesday, Aug. 9
The global energy issue isn't resolved, war continues in Ukraine, China encircles Taiwan with so-called 'drills' and Oil prices are stabilizing in the high 80's-low 90's.
Market Briefing For Monday, Aug. 8
This is not a simple bearish S&P rally; but it is tentative; stretched and conditional on some other favorable things like an impressive CPI read next week.
Market Briefing For Thursday, Aug. 4
As the economy slows down because of pandemic-related funds and stimulus understand that this is a different premise than blaming inflation solely on the Fed or Oil prices.
Market Briefing For Wednesday, Aug. 3
Wednesday is geopolitically sensitive; otherwise should start soft and bounce but be more defensive later perhaps.
Market Briefing For Tuesday, Aug. 2
Militaristic expansion must be comprehended or at least considered in an investment assessment, as we look at existential threats to stock markets (or humanity) coming from China.
Market Briefing For Monday, Aug. 1
Many are more comfortable with the market now, which probably coincides at least temporarily with greater risk brewing and just off-stage.
Market Briefing For Thursday, July 28
Reflexivity is right at the current core of forward-thinking discussions of Fed policies. And Powell played it wisely... both ways today.
Market Briefing For Wednesday, July 27
All sorts of stocks are now either languishing or being pummeled by reality gasps, which leaves many analysts wondering if valuations were too high. No kidding.
Market Briefing For Tuesday, July 26
Questioning of prior analysis, dominates bull/bear debates at the moment, while the S&P is on-hold ahead of the FOMC meeting and the widely-expected 75 bp Funds hike.
Market Briefing For Monday, July 25, 2022
Earnings are variable and probably not going to give clear guidance, because it is impossible.
Market Briefing For Thursday, July 21, 2022
Volatility risk remains high and will continue to be sensitive to events, from the Fed of course, to earnings surprises (good or bad), to geopolitics.
Market Briefing For Wednesday, July 20, 2022
The great question of whether the Fed is more fearful of recession versus inflation will continue to bedevil markets and probably politics and the Fed itself.
Market Briefing For Tuesday, July 19
Engineering a soft landing is a rare achievement, but hope for this Fed performing a miracle is a factor in the market's push higher, or at least the explanation most heard.
Market Briefing For Monday, July 18
Bears who recently capitulated after a long bearish trend are beside themselves contemplating "what if" things are shifting enough to calm Fed zeal and hold markets together.
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