Posts Tagged ‘eurozone’

September 25, 2017 – Weekly Market Commentary

The Fed announced plans to unwind its balance sheet, peripheral eurozone economies are catching up to core leaders, global growth forecasts are anticipating the largest increases since 2011, the Bank of Japan left its monetary policy plans unchanged and thought leaders focused on the downtrend in stock buybacks, why consumer spending levels have been so low, and what extremely optimistic investor sentiment levels mean for the markets.

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August 21, 2017 – Weekly Market Commentary

Japan continued its longest economic expansion in a decade, eurozone peripheral countries are joining the recent expansion, Chinese data disappointed, the Fed is worried about low inflation, and thought leaders focused on why the markets are not topping out, and why we need to rethink how technology and consumer preferences are affecting headline inflation.

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May 8, 2017 – Weekly Market Commentary

France elected a new president, the Fed left rates unchanged, the Senate passed a spending bill funding the US government through September, eurozone growth gained significant momentum, and thought leaders focused on why investors are underestimating bond market risks, why equities should continue climbing higher, and the challenges facing the new French president…

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