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Briefing Samples

Morning Markets Brief 2-28-2020

Summary and Price Action Rundown Global risk assets remain under pressure this morning as investors continue to grapple with fears of a global pandemic and the potentially severe economic fallout thereof. S&P 500 futures indicate a 0.9% lower open to extend its four-session loss of 10.8% this week, which has … Continue reading “Morning Markets Brief 2-28-2020”

Afternoon Markets Brief 2-27-2020

Summary and Price Action Rundown US equities fell precipitously and added to the steep losses on the week as investors confront the risk that the coronavirus outbreak develops into a global pandemic. The S&P 500 fell 4.4% as the first case of the coronavirus in the US raised investor’s fears … Continue reading “Afternoon Markets Brief 2-27-2020”

Five Minute Macro 2-24-2020

With infection rates accelerating, the Coronavirus Outbreak remains front and center along with Global Growth as the biggest driver of markets this week. The Federal Reserve and Global Central Banks expectations for further easing remains third. Safe Haven Status Fueling Dollar Appreciation enters the top five for the first time … Continue reading “Five Minute Macro 2-24-2020”

Looking Ahead – Tariff Man or Davos Man?

Looking Ahead – Tariff Man or Davos Man? The new year has gotten off to a disquieting and dispiriting start in many ways, although through the lens of financial markets, the view is considerably rosier. Investors have remained quite calm in the face of a potential US-Iran war and now … Continue reading “Looking Ahead – Tariff Man or Davos Man?”