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Both the House and Senate passed budget resolutions but they still have to reconcile them. This is huge progress relative to the gridlock that prevailed in prior years. Additionally, the House passed “doc fix” legislation, which will end the annual … Continue reading
The market’s initial reaction to Wednesday’s FOMC meeting was consistent with a dovish interpretation. U.S. Treasury yields declined and the dollar underperformed. However, as market participants digest the information, much of the initial moves have been retraced. Following the meeting … Continue reading
Last week the Labor Department released another very strong jobs report. That was good news for the economy, but bad news for investors. Payroll employment rose 295k, with revisions of -18k and the trailing 6-month average of 293k is at a … Continue reading
The Central Bank bonanza has continued to lift financial markets, especially risky assets, towards new highs. This has happened in a weak economic framework, for most of the areas, further exacerbating the divergence between financial markets and economic fundamentals. The … Continue reading