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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.

Treasury yields and market-based inflation expectations have taken a sharp turn higher in recent weeks. Is the shift a sign of regime change… or just noise? A convincing answer is on hold until...
German factory orders should show a welcome rebound in today's October update Economists look for 0.3% growth in today’s revised Eurozone Q3 GDP report Analysts see a strong rebound for US ...
Commodities continued to rise last week, gaining the most among the major asset classes for the five trading days through December 2, based on a set of proxy ETFs. The latest pop marks the second ...
Will the Eurozone Composite PMI continue to forecast faster Q4 GDP growth? How will the 'no' vote in the Italian referendum affect the Eurozone? US ISM Non-Manufacturing Index expected to rise for ...
The expected risk premium for the Global Market Index (GMI) continued to rise in November, reaching the highest level in more than two years. GMI, an unmanaged market-value weighted mix of the major ...
Global markets continued to slide in November, with three main exceptions: US equities, US high-yield bonds, and broadly defined commodities. Otherwise, varying shades of red dominated last ...
Eurozone inflation pace in November on track to pick up speed - again Economists expect US job growth to rebound modestly in November ADP report US personal spending and income on track for solid ...
The rebound in US economic growth in the third quarter is looking vulnerable in Q4, according to recent estimates from several sources. If the projections are accurate, the 2.9% pace in Q3 (the ...
Eurozone business sentiment on track to inch up to five-year high in November US Q3 GDP growth projected to inch higher in today's revised data November's US Consumer Confidence Index set to rise to ...
Commodities popped last week, posting the strongest weekly gain among the major asset classes, based on a set of proxy ETFs. Supported by expectations of higher inflation, broadly defined commodities ...