A busy data week, Russia defaults on her debt, a look at the selloff in crypto, and the Fed's frustration with sentiment.
The Fed surprised markets, this week is light on data, and a dive into my recession dashboard.
It is Fed week, and a hawkish tone persists, markets are spooked by high inflation, and this market has gotten a bit nasty.
This week is all about the health of household balance sheets, last week gave a technical boost for stocks, a reminder why a cohesive strategy is important, and a look at global stock valuations.
Data on personal consumption and durable goods, the ECB sees rates above 0% by September, a look at one-off quarters of contractions, and a breakdown of the recent GDP print.
Last week saw some technical damage to stocks, important data on manufacturing posts this week, a quick look at private markets, and how home prices tend to respond to interest rates.
The Fed was the big news last week, inflation data posts this week, and earnings continue apace. Some thoughts on the business cycle, and a record number of job openings is yet another constraint on economic activity.
It is Fed week, important data posts, and concerns of a recession grow. A look at whether the US dollar can maintain its global dominance, and a look a tech's sensitivity to interest rates.
Important economic data posts this week, the Fed "pivots" to a more hawkish stance, and what is valuation?
by Franklin J. Parker, CFA The Summary Other than data on new home builds, this week is light on data. Investors, then, will be focused on earnings especially with big names reporting this week. Proctor & Gamble, Dow, Phillip Morris,…