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All eyes on the Fed

The two day FOMC meeting concludes this evening with their interest rate decision and this time their quarterly economic projections will see an update to the famous dot chart. A great deal of attention has been placed on when the tightening cycle will start and it wasn’t too long ago that many were expecting tonight [&hellip

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The Fed Wants/Needs Interest Rates Higher, But Too Risky In Here

The Fed Wants/Needs Interest Rates Higher, But Too Risky In Here The US Fed policymakers are meeting Tuesday and Wednesday. And Fed watchers are looking for clues about when the FOMC will raise short term interest rates. But, globalization now makes that decision less important for the economy and stock prices than in the past […]

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Asian Economic Growth To Remain Soft In 2-H Of This Year

Asian Economic Growth To Remain Soft In 2-H Of This Year $DB, $HSBC With the possibility of the Fed’s hiking interest rates later this year and domestic demand in most parts of Asia weak, analysts forecast that Asian economies are unlikely to generate strong growth in 2-H of Y 2015. The strong economic data reported […]

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Greece and Gold Suffer While Yellen “Stabilizes” the Dow Jones

Greece and Gold Suffer While Yellen “Stabilizes” the Dow Jones

Greece and Gold Suffer While Yellen “Stabilizes” the Dow Jones I use CNN Money for after hours stock index futures and get an occasional chuckle reading their market commentary. Market rally: Dow zooms back to 18,000 “Jun 10 4:13pm: One of the biggest threats to the stock market is finally looking a bit less scary. The […]

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DJIA Failed At Key Resistance, Pushed Back Below 18,000

DJIA Failed At Key Resistance, Pushed Back Below 18,000 The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) was pushed back below 18,000 last week, a mark it 1st tested in December 2014. You will recall that was when the Fed ended bond-buying stimulus. The end of prior QE’s  in Ys 2010 and 2011 were followed by sharp […]

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Good Food Begets Good Health, Bad Food Just The Opposite

Good Food Begets Good Health, Bad Food Just The Opposite

Good Food Begets Good Health, Bad Food Just The Opposite The Importance of Grass-Fed Meats and Wild-Caught Fish While most people will benefit from high-quality animal protein, it is particularly important for athletes and active people. As a general rule, keeping out protein intake to one-half gram of protein per pound of lean body mass […]

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Fed Not Concerned On How Inflation Affects You And Me

Fed Not Concerned On How Inflation Affects You And Me US producer prices (PPI) in May recorded their biggest increase in more than 2.5 yrs as the cost of gasoline and food rose, suggesting that the Crude Oil-driven Southward push in prices is nearing its end. Physician care costs rose 0.1% after slipping 0.3% in […]

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