Written by Gary
U.S. stock futures indexes are fractionally lower this morning trending down from yesterday's close. Volatility is expected for the remainder of the week as investors digest global economy news. Markets are expected to open fractionally lower.
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from Liberty Street Economics
-- this post authored by Tobias Adrian, Michael Fleming, Or Shachar, Daniel Stackman, and Erik Vogt
Recent commentary suggests concern among market participants about corporate bond market liquidity. However, we showed in our previous post that liquidity in the corporate bond market remains ample. One interpretation is that liquidity risk might have increased, even as the average level of liquidity remains sanguine. In this post, we propose a measure of liquidity risk in the corporate bond market and analyze its evolution over time.
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by Dirk Ehnts, Econoblog101
Inspired by Men Who Stare at Goats, the Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure of the European Union ranks Germany in the category Imbalances, which require monitoring and decisive policy action.
by Lance Roberts, StreetTalk Live
Earlier this week, I penned a discussion on whether this past week's retest of the previous lows was a successful retest of the previous lows or potentially just a bounce on the way lower?
02Oct2015 Market Close: Markets Closed Higher Breaking Out Of The Downward Trend, Oil Closes Higher,
02Oct2015 Market Update: Markets Recover From Serious Opening Decline, Oil Prices Climb Back Up To P
Written by Steven Hansen
A quick recap to the trade data released today paints a mixed picture. The unadjusted three month rolling average value of exports decelerated month-over-month - but imports accelerated,. Many care about the trade balance (which decreased marginally relative to last month), and the trade balance grew.