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18Jan2017 Pre-Market Commentary: Wall Street Opening To Be Higher, But For How Long As The Trump Rally Runs Out Of Steam, Crude Prices Fall To The 51 Handle And The US Dollar Recovers Fractionally

Written by Gary

US stock market index futures are pointing to a higher opening (SPY +0.2%) as Citigroup and Goldman Sachs reported 4Q profits topping estimates. Analysts have warned that while earnings growth is accelerating, the beat rate has gone down and estimates are going lower.

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17Jan2017 Market Close: Wall Street Closes Lower As Trump Rally Looses Steam, Gold Gains, US Dollar Slips And Crude Prices Can't Hold On To Higher Numbers

Written by Gary

Wall street closed lower (SPY -0.3%) after a semi-active session where investors see signs that this rally is starting to stall as gold is outperforming its other asset peers by a healthy margin. Financials, transports and other big post-election gainers lost ground as earnings season kicks into gear.

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17Jan2017 Market Update: Wall Street Afternoon Activity Slows, Major Indexes Down Fractionally, More Bearish News From Some Analysts Worrying Investors

Written by Gary

US stock markets remain down fractionally after a moderate amount of volatility in the morning session (SPY -0.2%). Crude prices off earlier highs, but trending upwards. The US dollar has checked its slide for now as the Fed's gauge of manufacturing activity declined to 6.50 from a reading of 7.60.

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17Jan2017 Pre-Market Commentary: Wall Street To Open Flat On The Red Side, Crude Prices Climb, US Dollar Falls Sharply

Written by Gary

U.S. stock market futures pointed to a lower open (SPY -0.2), the U.S. dollar collapsed toward a one-month low and Gold prices extended its recent rally to a seventh day.

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16Jan2017 Pre-Market Commentary: Wall Street Closed For MLK Holiday, European Markets Lower, Crude Prices Slip, Investors Await Serious Market Correction As Some Bearish Analysts Claim The Sky Is About To Fall

Written by Gary

Today is MLK Holiday in the US and all markets are closed. The British pound tumbled to the lowest level since October's flash crash on Monday, European equities were lower in mid-morning trade, following a brief spike overnight (as China intervened in its equity market), crude prices slipped lower, testing towards a $51 handle.

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13Jan2017 Market Close: Wall Street Closes In The Green, DOW Off 5 Points, Crude And The US Dollar Slip, Market Correction Rumors Running High

Written by Gary

The major us stock market indexes closed mostly in the green (SPY +0.8%) Expectations for at least a near-term stock-market correction once Trump becomes the presidential are running high. A number of analysts and commentators have written about the potential fulfillment of the old market axiom: "buy the rumor, sell the news."

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13Jan2017 Market Update: Wall Street Fractionally Higher, WTI Crude Up, US Dollar Down And Some Analysts Are Preparing For A Major Downturn, Who Are We To Believe?

Written by Gary

The major us stock market indexes are mostly in the green (SPY +0.5%). The median regression trend remains down placing a lot of doubt in investors minds if the 'Trump Effect' is going to last. Short-term indicators marginally bullish.

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13Jan2017 Pre-Market Commentary: Wall Street Is Flat On The Green Side, Crude Price Down One Percent, Trump Rally May Linger Around For Several More Months

Written by Gary

Wall Street futures pointed to a slightly higher open (SPY +0.1%) as major banks kicking off the reporting season, but investors are concerned whether Trump will follow up to put high tariffs on Chinese imports in the U.S. Oil prices dropped by around 1% and the US dollar is volatile.

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12Jan2017 Market Close: Wall Street Closes Lower, But Avoids Steep Losses From This Morning, Choppy Trading On Moderate Volume Depicts Worried Investors

Written by Gary

US stock markets generally closed at the opening level (SPY -0.3%), thus avoiding steep losses occurring during the morning session. Crude prices stabilized at the 53 handle, The US dollar rose 0.65 off session lows and gold declined over $20 dollars. Tension among the investment community as awaiting fourth-quarter earnings.

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