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Global stock markets rallied and closed at record highs after the US and China signed the eagerly awaited phase one trade deal on Wednesday. Full Article

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Despite the uncertainties surrounding Trump’s impeachment, Iran, and U.S./China trade, stocks are driving north with reckless abandon. Full Article

1 week

US equities continued their bullish run from 2019 into the new year, touching record highs once again in the previous session. Wall Street.. Full Article

2 Wks.

Wall Street ended 2019 on a high note, continuing their rally into Tuesday over rising hopes for the US-China phase one trade deal. Full Article

3 Wks.

The 2019 holiday season has definitely brought in much to cheer for Wall Street with stock market indices closing at record highs, excited Full Article

3 Wks.

US stock markets are expected to continue their bullish rally into next year, but the pace would be more moderate than in 2019. Full Article

2 Mo.

The headliner of today’s economic reports is the Goods Trade Balance (October). The number showed a $4 billion improvement month-over-month. Full Article

2 Mo.

Monday was a historic session for the DJIA, with values cracking the 28,000 level. Today has been a different story. Full Article

2 Mo.

In what has been a relatively quiet week for U.S. stocks, Friday features October’s release of the Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index. Full Article

3 Mo.

The quiet early week U.S. economic calendar is going to place an added emphasis on U.S./China trade war negotiations. Full Article

3 Mo.

For the time being, U.S. stocks are hanging tough in bullish territory. The DOW is only about 850 points away from all-time highs. Full Article

4 Mo.

The markets are tight as traders take a wait-and-see approach to this afternoon’s FED Interest Rate Announcements. Full Article

4 Mo.

During the early September bull run, the DOW has gained more than 800 points and is now on the doorstep of 27,000. Full Article

4 Mo.

The market is trading with a risk-on sentiment after some positive development in the US-China trade war, with stock markets climbing higher Full Article

4 Mo.

Due to the Labor Day holiday, the U.S. session economic calendar is vacant and participation is limited across the markets. Full Article

5 Mo.
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