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The New (Ab)normal | Weekly Market Commentary | August 12, 2019

Stocks endured significant volatility last week but showed some resilience Wednesday, August 7.
Source: WEEKLY COMMENTARY

Stocks & Bonds: Turn Down For What! | Weekly Market Performance | August 16, 2019

Investors endured another volatile five-day stretch as the combination of trade uncertainty, plunging global bond yields, and conflicting messages between the United States and global economies further pressured stock prices.
Source: WEEKLY COMMENTARY

Currency Fears Emerge | Weekly Market Performance | August 9, 2019

The equity markets struggled in the week ending Thursday, August 8, weighed down by currency-related trade uncertainty after China retaliated against new tariffs by devaluing the yuan.
Source: WEEKLY COMMENTARY

Market Insight Monthly | July 2019

Gross domestic product (GDP) increased 2.1% in the second quarter, bolstered by consumer spending’s 2.9% contribution to growth.
Source: WEEKLY COMMENTARY

Seasonal Slump? | Weekly Market Commentary | August 5, 2019

Last week’s stock market slide begs the question whether this August will fit its historical pattern of seasonal weakness.
Source: WEEKLY COMMENTARY

The Fed's Course Correction | Weekly Economic Commentary | August 5, 2019

The Fed cut interest rates for the first time in 10 years
Source: WEEKLY COMMENTARY

A Fed Rate Cut and the Economy | Client Letter | August 1, 2019

The Fed cut interest rates even though the economy is still growing, albeit slowly.
Source: WEEKLY COMMENTARY

The Inaugural Rate Cut | Weekly Economic Commentary | July 29, 2019

The Fed is expected to cut rates this week for the first time in 10 years.
Source: WEEKLY COMMENTARY

More On Fed Rate Cut Implications | Weekly Market Commentary | July 29, 2019

The Federal Reserve (Fed) is likely to start an easing cycle this week, which has several investment implications.
Source: WEEKLY COMMENTARY

A Consumer-Driven Quarter | Weekly Economic Commentary | July 22, 2019

We’re encouraged by the strength in consumer spending, but economic growth needs to be broader.
Source: WEEKLY COMMENTARY