Financial News for the Week of October 26, 2018

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK It was a sea of red in equity markets this week as risk off sentiment set in. As it stands, downturn in October has erased all the stock market gains from the start of the year. International developments didn’t help to lift investors’ spirits. The U.S. – China
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Financial News for the Week of October 19, 2018

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK Equity markets stopped hemorrhaging and partially recovered from last week’s downturn. Domestic data was predominantly underwhelming, but did little to change the status quo of a solidly-growing U.S. economy. Retail sales, existing home sales and housing starts
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Financial News for the Week of October 12, 2018

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK The S&P500 has seen its biggest five-day loss since February this week. Much like then, higher bond yields have led to a repricing of stocks. There are few signs the U.S. economy is cooling. September consumer price inflation data showed that inflation press
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