June 2019

  • June 24, 2019

    Weekly Market Commentary June 24, 2019 The Markets Here’s what happened last week: The Federal Open Market Committee met last week (they decide whether the central bank of the United States should push rates higher or move them lower). It left rates unchanged, but indicated a willingness to lower rates in support of economic expansion. […]

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  • June 17, 2019

    Weekly Market Commentary June 17, 2019   The Markets Are we on the cusp of change? The United States is doing quite well. Randall Forsyth of Barron’s reported: “…the U.S. economy and stock market both seem to be doing better than OK, thank you, as the expansion and bull market celebrate their 10th anniversaries. Unemployment […]

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  • June 10, 2019

    Weekly Market Commentary June 10, 2019   The Markets Surprise! It was a great week for markets. Since the U.S.-China trade conflict resumed in early May, investors have been off balance. The possibility of escalating tariffs on Mexico heightened economic uncertainty. Then, last week’s unemployment report arrived with news that 75,000 jobs were created in […]

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  • June 3, 2019

    Weekly Market Commentary June 3, 2019   The Markets Tariff trouble. Just two weeks ago, the U.S. government lifted tariffs on Mexico and Canada. So, it was a surprise last week when President Trump tweeted the United States would impose an escalating tariff on all goods imported from Mexico until the flow of migrants to […]

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