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Global Stocks End Another Quarter Higher

Monday’s session may be the one when S&P 500 books its longest streak of quarterly increases since 90s. Central bank stimulus commitment, growth outlook, relaxation of geo-political tensions were the main factors driving the growth this quarter. After the sluggish start due to EM instability caused by Feds tapering, Q2 ended on a positive note…. Read more

Euro Stocks Flat

European stocks stagnated as four day market rout persists. Traders are careful to weight in any news and signs that the correction is clearly one small shock away. European indices didn’t fare very well after bad US consumer spending report, so traders weren’t as fast to take the news about improving US consumer confidence in… Read more

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Global Investment Picking Up

It seems the global investment cycle is returning as transnationals from around the world announce bigger spending plans for 2014 and 2015. The return of investment demand signals that central banks have managed to get economies to a new growth path with firm expectations of nominal incomes in the future. The path is lower than… Read more

European Stocks Mixed as Bank Shares Fall

European stocks offered a mixed picture, but on average remained mostly flat. The european indices were flat following four days of declines. Volatility remains low, but some indices tumbled while others mostly continued stagnating after the Commerce Department showed US consumer spending increasing less than estimated in May. Banking stocks were the biggest movers as… Read more

US Consumer Spending in May Disappoints

After yesterday’s shocking report of a massive drop in economic activity in the first quarter, the prospects for a better Q2 data are getting dimmer with today’s report on consumer spending. The report showed consumer spending increasing only marginally. The spending increase was lower than analysts expected. It is reasonable to assume we will see… Read more

US Stocks Fall on Bullard

Federal Reserve Bank of St.Luis president Bullard rocked markets this morning when he said he expected the rates to rise faster than the market sees them rising. Another report that showed consumer spending increased half the rate analysts expected was additional weight on the outlook, pushing stocks lower. S&P 500 dipped as Bullard’s comments implied… Read more

US Q1 GDP Growth Revision Disappoints

In as shocking revision today, Commerce Department published the final data for first quarter GDP growth. It seems 2014 Q1 will be one we will be trying to forget as soon as possible. The eocnomy tumbled more than estimated as harsh winter also hit consumer spending which was shown growing at a healthy rate in… Read more

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