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James Picerno

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James Picerno's Opinion & Analysis
A complete archive of James Picerno's articles, including current analysis & opinion.

A partial rebound was in play in July after widespread losses dominated the global markets during the previous two months. Notably, last month witnessed a sharp increase in US real estate investment ...
The ISM Manufacturing Index is expected to post a modest increase to 54.3 in today’s update for July vs. the previous month, based on The Capital Spectator’s average point forecast for ...
US economic growth rebounded in the second quarter, but the Treasury market isn’t convinced that GDP’s 2.3% advance in the April-through-June period is the catalyst that will bring a rate ...
Q2:2015 US GDP Estimate: +1.9% | 24 July 2015 Next week’s “advance” GDP report (due on July 30) for the second quarter is projected to show that the US economy increased 1.9% ...
There’s precious little hard data at this point for profiling the US economy in July, but the preliminary numbers so far suggest that growth will prevail and the manufacturing sector’s ...
Thursday’s a busy day for economic news, including the monthly update on Britain’s retail sales. Later, two US releases will sharpen the focus on projections for the timing of the ...
Soft pricing in raw materials will likely delay a Fed rate hike for the US, opines Michael Hewson, chief market analyst at CMC Markets UK. “Given that weak commodity prices are likely to prompt ...
Europe’s second-largest economy is in focus today with the July update of business sentiment in France’s manufacturing sector. Later, a couple of US reports are expected to support the ...
Among the recurring themes in the global capital markets in recent years is the ongoing preeminence of the US stock market as a performance leader. When measured in terms of relative returns for the ...
Tuesday’s another slow day for economic releases, which means that retail spending numbers via the Redbook update will be widely read for an early clue on the US consumer sector at the start of ...