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Renewed Optimism in Emerging Markets
11/24/2014 -

At the commencement of this shortened trading week, the market is already off to a good start. In particular, emerging markets rallied for a fifth straight session as China prepares to cut interest rates again and loosen lending restrictions. Here in the US, the rally continued again for the major indices, albeit not as robust. Oil prices are holding steady at $76 per barrel, however prices have the potential to drop to around $60 per barrel if the Organization of P... MORE

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Big PMI Deceleration in Europe
11/21/2014 By Jennifer Coombs
In a surprising turn of events, China and Europe have actually become the culprits behind the global market rallies on Friday November 21st, including the one here in the US. The People´s Bank of China decided to cut its benchmark one-year lending rate by 40 bps to 5.6%, which is the first rate cut
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11/20/2014 By Jennifer Coombs
Manufacturers all over the world have confirmed that economic activity is slowing down everywhere in November. So far in the month, the preliminary readings for the manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI) all reflect either deceleration or outright contraction of activity across Europe, China
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What's up with Russia and China?
11/19/2014 By Jennifer Coombs
On Wednesday morning, Russia noted that industrial output picked up further in October by 2.9% over last year after expanding 2.8% in September. Month-over-month, industrial output rose by 5.1% in October after growing 2.7% in the preceding month. The headline jump was mostly due to an increased use
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Econ Wrap-Up: PPI and Housing Market
11/19/2014 By Jennifer Coombs
After a week of relatively light economic data, there is plenty to move the market this week, namely in production and housing. In October, overall inflation for goods at the producer level was stronger than expected. For the month, the producer price index (PPI) headline came in at 0.2% compared to
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Econ Wrap-Up: Japan, Empire State Manufacturing, & Industrial Production
11/17/2014 By Jennifer Coombs
Japan's government announced late last night that the country has entered a recession, reporting a second consecutive quarter of negative GDP growth. The Japanese economy shrank by 0.4% from July to September, after a 1.9% contraction in the previous quarter. Rise in public demand and net exports we

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