Market Weekly: Mar 12 Mar 16 2018

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    LOL @ 2020 campaign slogan 😉 8)


    [color=limegreen][size=4][b]^^^ +3 & CHEERS and THANK YOU 🙂
    This is excellent insight & events for coming week 8)
    and also to highlight great holiday on MAR 17 ,,, and as good Catholic told me —
    don’t call it ST PATTYs DAY – unless you know the Saint yourself 😉 :woohoo:
    as we make excellent Rubens (using meats/kraut from best deli in town) 8) 8) [/b][/size][/color]


    growing up my grandfather use to say

    We Scots don’t need a holiday to drink




    President Trump is strongly considering Christopher Liddell, a former executive at Microsoft and General Motors, to succeed his departing top economic adviser, Gary Cohn.
    Liddell is currently the White House’s director of strategic initiatives and has worked closely with Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, on efforts to streamline and update government functions.


    At the close
    Nasdaq +0.36% to 7,588.17.
    Treasurys: 30-year +0.44%. 10-yr +0.17%. 5-yr +0.07%.
    Commodities: Crude -1.18% to $61.31. Gold -0.04% to $1,323.50.
    Currencies: Euro +0.23% vs. dollar. Yen -0.39%. Pound -0.37%.


    THANK YOU … a little uncertainty on TARIFF WARS plus FED …still overall not a bad day 🙂


    US 10y yields remain below 2.90% as demand for Treasuries steady even with increased supply.

    In the February jobs report.
    Four consecutive months of adding 25k+ manufacturing jobs – first time in 20 years.


    [b]TILLY = “You’re Fired 😉 :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:
    CIO MIKE POMPEO = Next Secretary of State 😉 :silly:


    [color=red][b]PPPPLLLUUUNNGGGEEEEE @ high noon :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:
    (GE & QUALCOMM are sellting off + a few other minor concerns)
    from +200 up earlier to about minus 90 on DOW now[/b][/color]


    [color=teal][b]#45s “the Wall” speech in San Diego has some excellent sound bytes 😉 I’ll have to u-tube that one later – lol :woohoo:


    [color=red][size=5][b]Dow Jones 25,006.48 -172.13 (-0.68%)
    S&P 500 2,765.29 -17.73 (-0.64%)
    Nasdaq 7,511.01 -77.31 (-1.02%)[/b][/size][/color]


    Sorry aboot the selloff on Tuesday
    spent the Monday night/morning Tuesday upgrading the Win10 PC before I take it live and online

    Then to make matters worse, Tuesday evening my Win7 PC wouldn’t get online

    so I just relaxed, watched the Raptors pulloff an epic comeback and then watched soccer
    Toronto FC went down to Mexico lost but advances (away goals) in CONCACAF


    For the first time, the Defense Department will begin moving classified data and applications to Amazon Web Services’ Secret Region—the same cloud environment developed for the CIA and intelligence community several years ago.

    U.S. Transportation Command—the part of the department responsible for moving troops and equipment around the globe—announced its intent to make use of AWS’ Classified Secret Commercial Cloud Services in December after the company expanded its capabilities and availability to non-intelligence agencies.

    The Defense Department’s sole-source decision—a contract awarded without a full and open competition—was protested by Microsoft, which itself offers a variety of cloud services to the federal government. The company withdrew its protest March 8, allowing TRANSCOM to begin migrating data to the AWS Secret Region. In a statement to Nextgov, Microsoft said it withdrew its protest “because the issues involved were resolved” to the company’s satisfaction.

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