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The Weekly – April 22, 2019

Summary We have a relatively light week ahead in terms of data releases but what releases we do have carry weight. Most notable among data releases to pay attention to is GDP (2019Q1). After each data release occurs, click in…
Ian Waldron
April 22, 2019
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The Weekly – April 15, 2019

Summary We have a short week of trading in the United States with the financial markets being closed at the end of the week for Good Friday. Also, if you haven't filed your taxes yet Monday is April 15 and…
Ian Waldron
April 15, 2019
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The Weekly – April 8, 2019

Summary This week we're focused on a relatively short list of economic releases centered around CPI Wednesday morning followed by FOMC minutes the same afternoon. We'll be responding to the minutes so be sure to check back Wednesday afternoon for…
Ian Waldron
April 8, 2019
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The Weekly – April 1, 2019

Summary This week we have a moderate stack of economic releases with our focus being on Friday's jobs numbers. Thus far, we're not seeing anything likely to deviate from expectations and we're anticipating a rather uneventful week prior to next…
Ian Waldron
April 1, 2019
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The Weekly – March 18, 2019

All-in-all we have a pretty busy week ahead with important data being released each day - albeit some days with more important releases than others. If I had to follow one data release this week, its the Fed rate decision…
Ian Waldron
March 18, 2019
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The Weekly – March 11, 2019

Monday - March 11, 2019 January Retail Sales Rise .2% This week is off to a strong start with Retail Sales, released by the U.S. Census Bureau, rising 0.2% in January coming off a decline in December of -1.6%. Retail…
Ian Waldron
March 11, 2019
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The Weekly – Purpose

What The Weekly is an internal briefing from our economics desk to apprise the rest of the organization of what’s to come in the week ahead that’s likely to have a meaningful impact on the financial markets or real economy.…
Ian Waldron
March 5, 2019