Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram

If it sounds like the United States is divided and on the verge of some really nasty times, what must it be like in Brazil? In early September, Presidential candidate Jair Messias Bolsonaro was stabbed in plain sight at a

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At the start of the month, we highlighted that the “incredibly shrinking junk bond spread” had just passed a historic landmark, when the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Corporate High Yield index broke below the lowest spread since before the financial crisis, dipping to 309bps,

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By necessity, today’s topic will venture into the world of politics, so I warn you now – you might be offended. Actually, I have decided to cut jabs at all politicians, so if you feel like your team has been

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A weak session for much of core Asia, with almost all markets falling from the opening. Sadly, it is China that leads the way down again. Many are speculating that it is in relation to the FED Minutes and their

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Since the last update indices got their bounce but the last couple of days have seen these gains gradually erased. Over the course of the week, the entire bounce has the look ‘bear flags’ as part of larger measured moves lower.

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Stocks were weak today. Global jitters and weaker than expected results from real economy companies shook bully’s swaggering confidence. Gold and silver tried to rally, and gold managed to hold a bit of a gain, as the US Dollar gained

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What was already an ugly day for emerging markets, turned even uglier for Brazil when Bloomberg reported that the head of Brazil’s central bank, Ilan Goldfajn, was preparing to leave the central bank by year-end. There was no reason cited

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Data Courtesy of Trade Alert 

Davidson” submits: Suddenly the headlines seem to have turned to ‘oil over-supply’ when just 4wks ago they implied ‘short-supply’ vs demand. The data reflects the seasonal fall slow-down in refining to change to winter fuel catalysts while imports continue to

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October correction phase will continue until election day and beyond should Trump lose control of Congress to his rivals with echoes of the 2016 election uncertainty saga.  On 09-28-18, three days prior to the record stock market peak on October

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