Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram

Following continued weakness in July, analysts once again hope for a rebound in home sales in August but once again they were disappointed. August existing home sales were unchanged from July’s -0.7% drop, hovering at 5.34mm SAAR – the lowest since

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The US current account deficit may seem fantastically large, with over $100bn in payments flowing out of the US relative to inbound payments each quarter, but that works out to less than 2% of GDP at an annual rate; during

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Tension is mounting towards the all-important deadline for approving or disapproving an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) on Bitcoin. The request by Direxion has been postponed from the original deadline back in July. The SEC said it needed more time and

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Unemployment claims for the first time fell to a 50-year low in the week ending Sept. 15, a Labor Department report on Thursday unexpectedly showed. The Labor Department said jobless claims fell to 201,000, down 3,000 from the previous week’s

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The US Dollar has been on a skid over the past few weeks, but shifting expectations around the Federal Reserve’s rate hike path have had little say in the matter. In September, the US Dollar (via the DXY Index) is down -1.15%,

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EUR/USD Trading strategy: Buy Open: 1.1645 Target: – Stop-loss: 1.1570 (raised from 1.1450) Recommended size: 2.67 mini lots per $10,000 in your account Short analysis: Profit taken at 1.1750, earned: 200 pips, $400 per $10,000 in your account. EUR/USD bulls

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The investment pattern of the millennials is gradually tending toward hybrid investment from pure-play theories like growth or value. According to them, to make a long-term investment more effective, the principles of both value and growth strategies need to be

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The market expectations for weekly initial unemployment claims (from Nasdaq/Econoday) were 205 K to 210 K (consensus 210,000), and the Department of Labor reported 201,000 new claims. The more important (because of the volatility in the weekly reported claims and

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Boosted by tax reform, deregulation, and strong earnings growth, US equities have motored ahead, leaving other benchmarks far behind. As the Great Graphic here shows, most of the other benchmarks are lower on the year. The S&P 500 (yellow line) is up

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A review of the currency market with a focus on the US Dollar.  Video Length: 00:05:43

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