The first Presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is scheduled for September 26. I came to the conclusion that: The markets are trading as though Clinton has already won. As of this writing, polls have been narrowing in Trumpâ€™s favor. The consensus is that Clinton will win the debate. For Clinton to win
Shares climb as firmer Chinese yuan eases deflation fears We have a shortened week this week due to President’s Day but it will be a busy week. We have Option Expiration this week which always makes things volatile. Economic reports will be light this week for the United States except for Wednesday. Wednesday has
Yesterday, Nasdaq 100 closed at its highest level in 15 years on the back of strength in healthcare stocks, while encouraging global manufacturing data pushed other indexes higher. Benchmark Treasury yields advanced on continued expectations of a possible rate hike next month, while gold prices slipped. The dollar was little changed and oil prices dipped
U.S. stocks ended more than 1 percent lower on Wednesday after rallying the day before, led by declines in Apple shares and in energy companies, which fell with oil prices Indexes down: Dow 1.5 pct, S&P 1.4 pct, Nasdaq 1.2 pct SP500 Futures: 1. Rejection of higher levels 2. Pull back resistance still valid 3.