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Potential market movers.
Monday, Feb. 2:
*Cnsmr Incm&Spnd 8:30am
PMI Mfg Indx 9:45 am
*ISM Mfg Indx 10 am
*Construction Spnd 10am
Tuesday, Feb. 3:
*Auto Sales all morning.
*Factory Orders 10 am.
Wednesday, Feb, 4:
*ADP Jobs Rprt 8:15 am
*ISM non-mfg Indx 10
*EIA Oil supplies 10:30am
Thursday, Feb. 5:
*Jobless Claims 8:30am
*U.S. Trade Deficit 8:30am
Productivity 8:30 am
Friday, Feb. 6:
*Labor Dept. Monthly Emplymnt Rprt 8:30
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Central Banks Want Inflation - They're Getting Potential Deflation. January 30, 2015.
The Fed wants to see at least 2% inflation to support the economic recovery.
Instead it is heading rapidly in the other direction, raising concerns about
potential deflation. Today's report showed even the PCE Index, the Fed�s
preferred method of measuring inflation, fell to 0.5% in the 4th
quarter from an already troubling 1.2% in the 3rd quarter.
Central Banks and Economic Reports Keep Bull Market Alive. January 23, 2015.
At the age of 72 months the U.S. bull market may be long in the tooth. It
may be very over-valued by several measurements. Plunging oil prices,
threatening deflation, and weak global economies may be worrying economists.
But the market remains within 2% of its all-time highs.
U.S. Treasury Bonds Are Outperforming S&P 500. November 28, 2014. It was a sure thing. With the Fed cutting back its
massive QE bond-buying program this year, the price of bonds would plunge.
Instead, they began rallying sharply in January, and have out-performed the
stock market so far this year.
Lower Oil Prices Ahead. November 14, 2014.
Money is pouring into oil-tracking etf's as investors believe the bottom is
in for oil prices. Here's is why still lower prices are likely.
Don't Let Greed Lure You Into Scams! October 31, 2014. The market's favorable
winter season has arrived. The market is breaking out to new highs.
Investor optimism and confidence are high.
This is opportunity time not just for normal investing, but also high season
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