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    Briefing Samples

    Morning Markets Brief

    Summary and Price Action Rundown Global risk assets are mixed this morning as the ongoing US stock rally pauses to digest Fed communications ahead of more consequential earnings this week. S&P 500 futures are indicating a 0.2% lower open after the index rose 4.3% last week, building on monthly gains … Continue reading “Morning Markets Brief”

    Afternoon Markets Brief

    Summary and Price Action Rundown US equities retraced a modest bit of their recent rally as investors digested more Fed commentary and signs of intensifying growth fears in Treasury markets, while oil prices slid amid rising demand fears. The S&P 500 declined 0.3% today, deepening the index’s year-to-date loss to … Continue reading “Afternoon Markets Brief”

    Five Minute Macro 1-9-2023

    The path of Fed tightening remains the driving factor for markets as inflation shows signs of cooling and global growth slows. Investors prepare for fourth quarter earnings season and Chinese assets rally on a major policy shift.

    Looking Ahead – ’23 and Me

    Looking Ahead – ‘23 and Me As we noted last week, our base case for topping inflation and slowing (but not crashing) growth with a downshifting Fed is the recipe for the second half 2022 rally. This week’s tantalizing bounce has us temped to upgrade stocks earlier than we feel … Continue reading “Looking Ahead – ’23 and Me”