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Markets Looking To Open In Red - Economic Highlights

Stocks were indicated to start today's session modestly in the red even before the mixed durable goods and jobless claims readings. Today's reports don't change the narrative of an improving U.S.... Read >>


#PreMarket Primer: Thursday, September 25: US Airstrikes Do Little To Stem ISIS Advances

Despite a second day of airstrikes against Islamic militant groups in Syria on Wednesday, reports from Kurdish villages suggested that the groups were continuing to advance. Overnight, ISIS held... Read >>


Three Reasons to Consider EM Asia

While the economic and monetary environment remains supportive of equity markets, not all stocks have been benefiting lately. Emerging markets (EMs) witnessed $1.4 billion of Exchange Traded... Read >>


HCI Group: The Wizards Of Tampa, Part III

By RH Analytics Introduction This is the third of a multi part series of RH Analytics' short thesis on the HCI Group ( HCI ). In it, we continue our discussion on why we believe the company's... Read >>

Eagle Financial Publications

The Global Guru: The USA is Back on the Global Competitiveness Podium

Of course, every top athlete strives to be #1 in the world. But at events like the Olympic Games, athletes still get recognized if they make it “on the podium.” Even if an athlete doesn’t get... Read >>

Markets Looking To Recover From Two-Day Losses - Economic Highlights

Stocks appear on track to start today's session in the green, reversing the two day losing trend that was driven mostly by global growth worries. Today's news out of Germany is equally... Read >>


What the Fed’s Latest Statement Means for the Bond Market

As my colleague Rick Rieder pointed out last week, there's a lot of debate among market watchers about whether the Federal Reserve (Fed)'s most recent statement was hawkish or dovish. To recap ... Read >>

Iraq-Syria Tension & Weak European Data Provide Today's Backdrop - Economic Highlights

The start of an expanded air campaign in the Iraq Syria theater and weak data out of Europe provide the unsettling backdrop for today's trading action. The impact of the Syria air campaign on the... Read >>


#PreMarket Primer: Tuesday, September 23: First Airstrikes In Syria Begin

The U.S., alongside its Gulf Arab allies, began the first in a series of airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Syria on Tuesday. Reuters reported that Saudi Arabia, the United Arab... Read >>

Market Intelligence Center

G20 slaps the market silly

This is why we can't have nice things. The G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors met over the weekend of September 21 and 22 in Cairns Australia, and released this Communiqué , which... Read >>

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