Posts Tagged ‘Bull Market’

October 2, 2017 – Weekly Market Commentary

Janet Yellen said that the Fed plans to raise rates despite low inflation, U.S. capital goods orders beat expectations, Republicans released a new tax reform framework, Q2 GDP was revised upward due to stronger business spending, and thought leaders focused on the difficulties of implementing new tax rules, the market implications of the German elections, and why the market rally will continue into Q4.

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June 12, 2017 – Weekly Market Commentary

The European Central Bank gave little insight into when their bond purchase program will end, British PM May failed to gain a majority in Parliament and pledged to form a new government coalition to guide the country through Brexit negotiations, the early results of the French Parliament elections support President Macron and should help him to push through reforms, and thought leaders focused on why the Fed will raise rates this week, and what economic factors could become headwinds for the US equity bull market in coming months.

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June 5, 2017 – Weekly Market Commentary

Draghi said the ECB still needs monetary support, May jobs numbers missed big, and thought leaders focused on why Europe has a brighter economic outlook than the US, why policymakers are the most important factor of the global economy, why positive economic and earnings reports will continue fueling the bull market, and what is supporting the rebound in emerging market stocks​…

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