Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
April 13, 2018

The S&P 500 seemingly climbed back up this week, but closed 2% lower than last Friday. The index is down 1.5% YTD and is 7.5% below its record close. The U.S. Treasury puts the closing yield on the 10-year note

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Talking Points: Trade weighted Sterling at post-Brexit high. Will UK real wages turn positive? 70% probability of 0.25% UK rate hike in May FUNDAMENTAL FORECAST FOR GBP: NEUTRAL Sterling bulls have enjoyed a positive week with GBP making gains against most

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April 13, 2018

Ask Slim Market Week – Friday, April 13

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May natural gas prices continued their rally today, settling up just less than 2% following a slightly tighter than expected print yesterday and continued cash strength today.  Yet again we saw the front of the strip lead the way higher,

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With an input value of 1 day, the rate-of-change indicator shows which of the following 9 Major Sectors gained/lost the most in today’s action (2-month and 1-year daily charts below). In this regard and in particular, watch for any continued strength in XLE (Energy) and any continued weakness in XLF (Financials)

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Below is a snapshot of the 40 largest companies set to report earnings next week. For each stock, we show its current consensus EPS and revenue estimate, and we also show each stock’s historical EPS and revenue beat rate. On

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Blockchain technology is already starting to have a major impact on the business world, creating entirely new industries. Bitcoin mining is quite possibly the most interesting and profitable of these new opportunities. Whether you’re an entrepreneur on a budget or have

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Video Length: 00:04:02 U.S.-China trade tensions, potential Syria strike keep investors on edge Volatility continued to rattle markets the week of April 9, Eibel said—but broadly speaking, major indexes were trading higher than the previous week, with the S&P 500®

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April 13, 2018

Will The Next Recession Make This Worse?

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Even though the economic expansion has been going on for 9 years, we’re still discussing the economic problems millennials are facing. The biggest reason for this is because student loan debt doesn’t go away with improvements in the economy. It’s disconcerting to

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