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22Jul2016 Market Close: Wall Street Closes Fractionally Higher, US Dollar Climbs Higher As WTI Crude Settles In The Low $44's

Written by Gary

US markets closed moderately higher with the DOW up 54 points, the Spooze up +0.5% and the $NDX up+0.4%. Crude futures pared some losses after crashing to near two-month lows today, dampening some optimism that the longstanding supply glut on global energy markets could be on the verge of leveling off. The US Dollar, surged more than 0.5% to an intraday high of 97.59, reaching its highest level since March 10.

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22Jul2016 Market Update: WTI Crude Falling Below $44 And Further Losses Expected As The US Dollar Rises, Highest Since March, 2016

Written by Gary

US markets opened fractionally up and quickly traded red for the first hour of the session. The SP 500 and the Nasdaq moved higher (SPY +0.3%) later in the morning, led by technology and telecom stocks, while the Dow's gains were limited by industrial's after GE's disappointing results. The US oil rig count rose by 14 to 371, according to Baker-Hughes. The gas rig count fell by one to 88.

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22Jul2016 Pre-Market Commentary: Flat Opening For US Markets, IMF Paints Dark Future For The Global Economy And Crude Futures Face Higher Inventories Than Expected

Written by Gary

US stock future indexes are fractionally in the green (SPY +0.1%) supporting a higher opening, but one that may slip into losses before the morning session is over. Ahead of the G20 meeting, the IMF painted a dark outlook for the global economy and crude futures ease, face weekly decline as glut fears persist.

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21Jul2016 Market Close: US Markets Close Fractionally Down, WTI Crude Testing Support And US Dollar Unchanged As Investors Sit On Hands

Written by Gary

US markets 'cooled' off somewhat today as disappointing quarterly reports from tech stalwart Intel and from transportation companies stalled momentum in a U.S. corporate earnings season that has been better than feared. The DOW closed down 78 points after posting a triple digit fall at 3 pm only to be saved by the BTFD'ers. The short-term and intermediate indicators bearish and moderately bearish respectively.

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21Jul2016 Market Update: Markets Fractionally Down, DOW Off Nearly Triple Digits, Volume Remains Active As Investors Try To Decide If The Bears Are Taking Over

Written by Gary

US markets opened down and flat, climbed to the unchanged line and sunk to moderate negative values as disappointing earnings reports from Intel and others outweighed the handful of promising reports. US home resales hit their highest level in nearly 9-1/2 years in June as low interest rates lured first-time buyers into the market and the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week. Short-term indicators are running somewhat bearish.

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21Jul2016 Pre-Market Commentary: US Futures Lower, Global Stocks Lower, US Dollar Falling, Investors Waiting For More Q2 Reports

Written by Gary

US stock future indexes are fractionally lower (SPY -0.1%) and are pointing to a flat opening with a schedule full of second quarter earnings reports and macro data. Global stocks traded mostly down as investors were showing mixed reactions to earnings reports out after yesterday's close.

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20Jul2016 Market Close: US Markets Close In The Green, Crude And The US Dollar Go Nowhere And Investors See Bears In The Financial Forest

Written by Gary

Wall Street gained today, sending the SP 500 and Dow to new historic records, as Microsoft's strong results boosted the indexes and marked the latest sign that U.S. corporate earnings season may be less dour than feared. The DOW closed up +0.2%, SP 500 at + 0.4% and the $NDX up +1.2%. After some serious gyrations WTI crude closed exactly where it closed yesterday.

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20Jul2016 Market Update: DOW And SP 500 Hit New Historic Highs, Crude Prices Rise To $46 Bbl And Short-Term Public Opinion VERY Bearish

Written by Gary

U.S. stocks rose today on falling daily volume, with the Dow and the S&P 500 unexpectedly hitting new historic records, as Microsoft's strong results boosted optimism regarding the health of quarterly earnings. U.S. crude oil inventories fell more-than-expected last month, pushing crude prices reaching $46.

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20Jul2016 Pre-Market Commentary: US Futures Up Fractionally, WTI Crude Prices Falling Sharply, Investors Fears Of Global Financial Weaknesses Continue

Written by Gary

US stock future indexes are up fractionally (SPY +0.3%) but appear to be trending down moderately. WTI crude prices falling further from yesterday's highs ahead of inventory reporting at 10:30 am. Markets expected to open fractionally higher, but will not climb high enough to see previous highs during today's session.

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