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Market Commentary

  • Jul. 1 2016

    It’s the Economy Stupid

    The final revision of the first quarter GDP came in at 1.1%. That was better than the .8% previously reported. There will be an increase in the second quarter and the experts are calling for 2.5% … read more »

  • Jun. 24 2016


    Of course this morning the stock market fell hard at the opening because of the Brexit vote.  The DOW is only down 500 points after being up a couple hundred the day before, however, so that … read more »

  • Jun. 24 2016

    Who’s Next?

    Britain leaving the EU may be significant but it is not the main issue for the rest of the EU and its future. If Britain can leave other countries will be watching and will wonder why they should … read more »

  • Jun. 17 2016

    Consumer Sentiment

    Recently there have been surveys on current consumer sentiment that seem to be pointing downward. Maybe it’s the contentious Presidential election process, or the recent poor May Jobs Report, … read more »