Posts Tagged ‘GDP’

June 19, 2017 – Weekly Market Commentary

The Fed hiked interest rates, the Bank of England edged closer to increasing UK interest rates, Brexit talks formally began, US CPI data missed expectations, oil hit a six-month low, and thought leaders focused on the trouble with not investing in the real economy, what could push US GDP below 2% this year, and why the market’s most popular sector may be riskier than it looks…

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May 1, 2017 – Weekly Market Commentary

US Q1 GDP disappointed, President Trump updated his tax proposals, the Nasdaq crossed 6,000 for the first time, EU governments took a hard stance against the UK, and thought leaders focused on the next steps in the French elections, and how corporate tax reform may affect global markets…

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January 30, 2017 – Weekly Market Commentary

US GDP came in lower than expected, the Dow Jones industrial average hit 20,000, the U.K.’s highest court ruled against the Prime Minister regarding Article 50, U.K. growth was positive but underlying problems still exist, and thought leaders gave their opinions on why earnings are more important than the Dow hitting 20k, why inflation still has room to run, the differences in how Trump and the Fed are viewing the economy, and why the bull market should continue to run under the new administration…

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