Market Weekly: Jan 15 Jan 19 2018

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  • #14540
    #14541
    Assistanc3
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    At the close
    Dow -0.36% to 26,022.12. S&P -0.15% to 2,798.42. Nasdaq -0.03% to 7,296.24.
    Treasurys: 30-year -0.54%. 10-yr -0.11%. 5-yr -0.02%.
    Commodities: Crude -0.33% to $63.76. Gold -0.94% to $1,326.60.
    Currencies: Euro +0.41% vs. dollar. Yen -0.22%. Pound -0.41%.

    #14542
    Assistanc3
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    Paul Krugman #1 winner of the 2017 Fake News Awards

    well deserved

    #14545
    MoneyNeverSleeps
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    Krugman has no clue but became relevant when printing money became the way to solve the worlds problems perfect for a man of his mindset

    #14554

    DOW FUTURES are higher by 75 points … in spite of the GOVT SHUTDOWN that may be looming …. hopefully Senate can at least kick down road another month …

    #14555

    #14556

    [color=green][b]DOW FUTURES have fallen some — as US GOVT shutdown is almost s certainty 🙁 .

    It’s all about politics & no need to even comment … other than to say I still can’t see how 780,000 “DOCKAs” brought here illegally — are more important than continued GOVT service to 320,000,000 people? … but in reality, it is not as bad as sounds, as it’s been done 18 times I think since 1973 … including 1 whole month in Carter ADMIN … I thought we’d be down 500 points or more, And I’m even sympathetic & hope for fast tracking a path to true citizenship for those who are good citizens. We mainly need to stop future bleeding — by a UVA like defense on the border … nuff said 🙂

    but there is GOOD NEWS in economic futures for sure …. so we could even finish surprisingly GREEN 8) .. even heard in rally yesterday POTUS # 45 quoting “it’s the economy stupid” which gave me a chuckle … will indeed be interesting day ahead … Fasten your seat belts — as will be interesting day … and maybe a good one as we are at 33F … 1st day above freezing in a long while 8)
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    #14561
    Assistanc3
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    January Consumer Sentiment: 94.4 vs. 97.0 expected and 95.9 prior.
    Current economic conditions 109.2 vs. 115.5 expected and 113.8 prior.
    Index of consumer expectations 84.8 vs. 90.6 expected and 84.3 prior.

    #14562
    Assistanc3
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    Fitch Ratings said on Friday its top AAA debt rating for the United States would not be directly impacted by a possible federal shutdown, which will begin on Saturday if lawmakers fail to clinch a deal to fund the government.

    #14564
    Assistanc3
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    Canada Manufacturing sales rose 3.4% to a record high $55.5 billion in November

    Petroleum and coal product has risen 27.4% YoY

    #14567

    [color=purple][b]back to all green in equities 8)
    “A3” and “MONEY” and “DEBT” never sleep ;)[/b][/color]

    #14568
    Assistanc3
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    At the close
    Dow +0.20% to 26,070.26. S&P +0.44% to 2,810.42. Nasdaq +0.55% to 7,336.33.
    Treasurys: 30-year -0.29%. 10-yr -0.18%. 5-yr -0.13%.
    Commodities: Crude -0.58% to $63.58. Gold +0.41% to $1,332.60.
    Currencies: Euro -0.11% vs. dollar. Yen -0.34%. Pound +0.21%.

    #14569

    EXCELLENT SUPER GREEN CLOSE … Fear NOT the coming GOVT shutdown as under #45 he will use forward & emergency funds to mitigate many effects … even when FEARLESS GIRL & WALL ST BULL are covered in SNOW — all is well in our beloved nation 🙂 ..

    #14571
    Assistanc3
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    Remember Greece? well all is well

    #14572
    Assistanc3
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    European Junk Bonds yielding less than European equities.

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