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Right now, Tuesday’s U.S. presidential election is the ultimate driver of participation and uncertainty in the markets. Full Article

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Going into the final trading days of June, it appears that most market participants are taking a wait-and-see approach to U.S. large caps. Full Article

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After withstanding a vicious barrage on Tuesday, the big-round-number of 27,000 in the DOW is coming under fire yet again. Full Article

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Since the Friday 2/21 close, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is off more than 1500 points, with no apparent end in sight. Full Article

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Today’s strength in the DJIA doesn’t come as much of a surprise given a pending Trump impeachment acquittal and coronavirus optimism. Full Article

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All in all, it has been a strong open to February for the DOW and U.S. stocks. On the other hand, safe-havens have struggled. Full Article

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Crisis trading is no joke. As more confirmed cases of the coronavirus become public, the DOW will very likely continue to take a hit. Full Article

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Today’s action in the markets is a bit counterintuitive as the DOW is above the 28,000 level and U.S. Treasury yields continue to fall. Full Article

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So far, the S&P 500 index is up 21.3% in the year to date, the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.07% is up 16.14%, while the Nasdaq Full Article

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During the pre-market hours, the Retail Sales figures for September were released to the public. The report was far from flattering. Full Article

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It has been a big day for trade war optimism. The December E-mini DOW has reacted accordingly, driving into bullish territory. Full Article

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For now, the bulk of institutional capital is on the sidelines eagerly awaiting the minutes from September’s FED meeting. Full Article

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Only time will tell where U.S. equities are heading over the next year. For now, the DOW is trading at an important technical crossroads. Full Article

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Through the first half-hour of trade on Wall Street, a late-week buyback looks to be the order of the day for the U.S. equities markets. Full Article

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