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Carley Garner

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The E-mini S&P 500 traded lower two days in a row for the first time since late September. Although losses were minimal, the ES managed to settle in the red on two consecutive trading sessions to ...
It is early, but October has been the least volatile month...EVER. If today was the end of the month, this would be the quietest October on record and it would also be the quietest month ever. Of ...
The market is pricing in a good payroll number as it reverses pessimism over North Korea. Late Monday afternoon I was watching a business news station. The panel was discussing the implications of a ...
North Korea tensions haven't broken the Teflon S&P We've noticed that (assuming today closes in negative territory), 10 of the last 14 e-mini sessions have closed in negative territory, yet the ...
The euro will need to roll over for the ES to attract sellers. The euro currency has been on an impressive run (much to our dismay) but few have acknowledged the impact the currency markets are having...
The NASDAQ futures weighed on stocks, but the broad market is marching on. From a historical perspective, this week is not the time to be a stock market bear. The market generally likes to move higher...
Solid payroll data, the "safe" choice in France, yet the ES can't break above 2405 We've been eying the 2405 area in the June e-mini S&P for several weeks. Last night, the futures touched 2403.75 ...
This week's news docket is skimpy but be cautious of the Fed's Beige Book on Wednesday afternoon. I'm sure there will be plenty of headlines coming out of DC, as usual, but scheduled economic news is ...
So much for holiday volume in the futures markets We were expecting the typically slow holiday trading volume in financial futures markets that generally accompanies slow trading weeks. Yet, as this ...
Consumer Confidence at 125...are you kidding me? The Conference Board's Consumer Confidence index for the month of March was reported on Tuesday to be 125.6! If I recall, this index bottomed out near ...