Written by Steven Hansen
The headlines say the durable goods new orders were statistically unchanged this month. The unadjusted three month rolling average declined this month and remains in contraction.
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Written by Sig Silber
At this point we have a storm that appears to be headed towards Baja California today (Monday) and back towards Salt Lake City on Thursday. It made me think of the Camino Real or Royal Road of which there were at least a half dozen in Mexico. At any this very meridional trough for so early in the Fall may well dominate CONUS weather this week. Elsewhere, Typhoon Megi may pass North of the Philippines on the way to Taiwan and then possibly Hong Kong. Next week we may have an interesting situation in the Gulf of Mexico. Lots to talk about. .
28Sep2016 Pre-Market Commentary: Wall Street Flat Again This Morning, Crude Prices Rise, US Dollar Down And Prospects Are Dim To Cut Oil Output, GS Says Crude Prices Going Down No Matter What
from The Conversation
-- this post authored by Adam Quinn, University of Birmingham
The big question going into the first debate of the presidential election was whether Donald Trump would decide to tone down the cartoonish, belligerent alpha male shtick that has carried him this far. The debate gave him an opportunity to present himself unfiltered to an audience predicted to rival that of a Super Bowl, and to reinvent himself as a calmer, more coherent candidate for the benefit of the unusually large number of undecided voters up for grabs.
Written by Gary
US stock future indexes are flat again this morning (SPY +0.04%), as investors focused on the highly-anticipated meeting of major oil producers scheduled later in the day. Crude prices rebounded to the low 45 handle after plunging 3% earlier. Indicators are neutral with a bearish slant.
27Sep2016 Market Update: Wall Street Gains From Tech Stocks And A Three Percentage Loss In Crude Pri
Written by Doug Short and Steven Hansen
The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index which had increased in August, improved further in September. The Index now stands at 104.1 (1985=100), up from 101.8 in August. The market expected (from Bloomberg) this index to come in between 96.4 to 102.3 (consensus 98.8).