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James Picerno

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James Picerno's Opinion & Analysis
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Investment gains were missing in action last week for all the major asset classes, based on a set of broadly defined proxy ETFs. The best performer only managed to hold steady for the five trading ...
Slightly softer US consumer spending growth expected Is it the end of the 19-month contraction in manufacturing in the Dallas Fed region? Will the two-year Treasury yield continue up and point to Fed ...
US economic growth continues to rebound after a soft patch in the first half of the year. Supported by stronger job growth in June and July, the firmer trend in the actual data follows projections ...
Economists see German business sentiment edging lower in August US durable goods orders are expected to expand in July for first time since April US jobless claims to deliver more upbeat ...
Economic output in the US is on track to rebound sharply in the third quarter, according to several estimates. Some analysts are looking for growth in excess of 3% when the Bureau of Economic Analysis...
Economists see a setback for US existing home sales in July The yen continues to dance around the ¥100 level against the US dollar The rally in Brazil’s real against the USD shows no signs ...
Fed fund futures continue to imply a low probability of a rate hike at next month’s FOMC meeting, but the annual trend in real (inflation-adjusted) base money supply points to a slightly firmer ...
Eurozone Composite PMI for August expected to edge lower UK's CBI Industrial Trends Orders Survey to give more post-Brexit macro context US new-home sales on track to fall after touching a ...
US economic growth strengthened for the second month in a row in July, according to this morning’s update of the three-month average of the Chicago Fed National Activity Index (CFNAI-MA3). Last ...
Commodities rebounded sharply last week, posting the strongest gain among the major asset classes, based on a set of representative exchange-traded products. The rise marks the second weekly increase ...