Market Weekly: Mar 26 Mar 30 2018

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    CARLOS does one of his BEST songs of all time — in 1978 from Inner Circles album — a rare version that even exceeds the originals … awesome vocals & instumentation to relax weary PIT TRADERS today – lol 8).8)


    I’m not a fan of the changes to
    they use to have a part where you could see a breakdown of each category and into sub categories, which even gave P/E multiples but it has either been removed or changed location. Since I have plenty of other sources and prefer to get my data straight from the earnings reports or data from the exchange the company is listed on, I don’t miss yahoo to much.

    Probably should organize my bookmarks on this computer before I import them to the new computer.
    After I have done that, I will make it a HTML and share.


    8:00 AM ET

    S&P +0.45%.
    10-yr +0.07%.
    Euro +0.07% vs. dollar.
    Crude -0.03% to $64.36.
    Gold +0.1% to $1,325.50.
    Bitcoin -6.88% to $7,474.


    Initial Jobless Claims -12K at 215K vs. 228K consensus, 227K prior (revised).
    Continuous Claims: +35K at 1.871M vs. 1.836M.

    February Personal Income and Outlays: Income +0.4% M/M vs. +0.4% consensus, +0.4% prior.
    Consumer spending +0.2% in-line with consensus, +0.2% prior.
    Core PCE Price Index +0.2% M/M in-line with consensus, +0.3% prior.

    March Consumer Sentiment: 101.4 vs. 102.0 consensus and 102.0 prior.
    Current economic conditions 121.2 vs. 122.8 prior.
    Index of consumer expectations 88.8 vs. 88.6 prior.
    Inflation expectation: 2.8% vs. 2.9% prior

    The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index remained at 56.8 for the week ending on March 25.
    The State of the Economy index fell to 58.7 from 59.7.
    The Personal Finance index rose to 63.8 from 62.9.
    The Buying Climate index was level at 47.8.

    Average mortgage rates ticked lower, according to the latest weekly survey from Freddie Mac.
    Rates for the benchmark 30-year fixed and the 15-year fixed mortgage both edged a basis point lower to 4.44% and 3.90%, respectively, and now are exactly where they were two weeks ago.
    A year ago at this time, the 30-year and 15-year fixed rates averaged 4.14% and 3.39%, respectively.

    March Chicago PMI: 57.4 vs. 62.8 consensus, 61.9 prior.


    [color=teal][b]RALLY TIME on WALL STREET as DOW is up over 200 points 🙂
    and even if AMAZON may have to pay additional online TAX on Internet sales 😳
    Where they ain’t paying today in states where they don’t have offices :woohoo:
    IOW — More than just the “District of Crime” SWAMP is being drained 😉 :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :whistle:[/b][/color]


    At the close
    Dow +1.35% to 24,171.09. S&P +1.55% to 2,645.38. Nasdaq +1.71% to 7,067.57.
    Treasurys: 30-year +0.49%. 10-yr +0.16%. 5-yr +0.08%.
    Commodities: Crude +0.84% to $64.92. Gold +0.09% to $1,325.40.
    Currencies: Euro -0.03% vs. dollar. Yen -0.37%. Pound +0.35%.

    all it took was for me to be on all day


    [color=limegreen][size=5][b]^^^ +3 and THANK YOU … time to find the nearest “watering hole” & celebrate 8)
    as A3 helped the 2 o’club club surge to victory lane
    Markets are CLOSED tomorrow for Good Friday


    Good morning
    I was up early trying to catch some rabbits – never know when those feet will come in handy


    and blessed GOOD FRIDAY & EASTER ahead to all … I’m glad our Canadian parent company takes day off (still have a little morning work to take care of – but looking forward to long weekend 8) 8)


    [color=teal][size=5][b]Not sure at all why FACEBOOK is on massive apology tour & stock is tanking :silly:
    After all they helped the RIGHT candidate to win 😉 8)[/b][/size][/color]


    a bit of a delay in the market post this week
    soooooooooooo much sports and food

    Jays, Raptors and Leafs game

    I probably ate enough food to feed Africa :/



    [color=teal][size=5][b]Hope each of you had a great EASTER holiday weekend 🙂 My daughter, sister, mom, and nephews all took a great hike in woods after services & meal today … did not see many April Fool’s pranks played & it was Blue Moon season & Chinese Space Station Crash on the way as well — as many different things falling on same day.

    Time spent with family is worth more than all the $$$$$ in world” 8)[/b][/size][/color]

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