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Michael Kramer

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Earnings season may help to give the S&P 500 a much-needed boost from oversold levels. However, monetary policy will continue to be the biggest head for the equity market Tighter monetary policy will...
Stocks had a hectic day, dropping lower, hitting the 3,500 area, and bouncing hard. It looked like a classic Vanna rally after a news event, not all that dissimilar to what we have seen following some...
Today is the big CPI report, and I have nothing more to add here. Most of the data indicate consensus estimates are too low. But again, all we can try to do is look at the data and make the...
The biggest story in the market goes back to rates, even though the bond market was closed here in the US. The bond market was open everywhere else in the world, and UK rates were on the move again,...
It will easily be the most challenging week of October, with a PPI report Wednesday morning, the FOMC minutes Wednesday afternoon, and the CPI report Thursday morning. On top of that, there will be a...
Q3 earnings season is set to kick off next week Estimates have fallen sharply for the third and fourth quarter This could give the bulls a better-than-feared outcome Believe it or not, it is that...
Sort of a strange day, with markets moving lower to start the day as rates and the dollar increased. The better-than-expected ISM data added to the downturn. Then after the European market close, the...
I was thinking about the market and what is potentially behind this stupid rally, and at heart, this seems like nothing more than an oversold bounce, given a lot of bond market dislocation last week....
Stocks managed to rally yesterday by 2.6% on the S&P 500. It mainly looked to me like short-covering once again. We seem to see these types of moves pretty often, and maybe it turns into...
Stocks fell sharply on Friday, with the S&P 500 down 1.5% and 2.9% for the week. It left the S&P 500 trading at a new 52-week of 3,585. The RSI is back below 30, but the technicals look...