Friday, January 18, 2019
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Traders watching for signs to see if this selloff is the big one

U.S. stock prices could continue to correct, but it's too soon to say whether this is the big one.

Byron Wien: 10 percent correction looms–here’s why

Byron Wien, one of the most respected voices on the market, has a bullish outlook for 2014 but sees the rally taking a serious breather as euphoria turns to disappointment.

wall street, on the week: the djia shed 0.1%, the s&p 500 gained 0.2%, and the nas finished down 0.2%

wall street, on the week: the djia shed 0.1%, the s&p 500 gained 0.2%, and the nas finished down 0.2%.

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us stocks ended the superstorm shortened trading week with a selloff friday, the major indexes erased early gains sparked by a stronger-than-expected payrolls report.

Afraid of stocks? Commodities are one place you can look

With the growing number of calls for a significant stock market pullback ahead, one area likely to start seeing investor inflows is commodities.

petsmart set to join the s&p 500; cabela's to join the s&p midcap 400 and acorda therapeutics to be added to the s&p smallcap 600

s&p midcap 400 constituent petsmart inc. (nasd:petm) will replace sunoco inc. (nyse:sun) in the s&p 500, s&p smallcap 600 constituent cabela's inc.

U.S. Stocks Fall as Lawmakers Remain Deadlocked on Debate

U.S. stocks fell, after the Standard & Poor's 500 Index dropped to the lowest level in a month, as congressional leaders said the other party must move to resolve the government shutdown and avoid a debt default.

s&p 500 mid-market report

minyanville original after almost breaking for the second time this week, the s&p 500 (^gspc) seems to be back on the decline, falling 10.70 points or 0.75% as of 2:45 pm edt today.

U.S. Stocks Fall Amid Consumer Confidence, Spending Data

U.S. stocks fell, with the Standard & Poor's 500 Index headed for its biggest monthly loss since May 2012, after data showed a drop in consumer confidence and a smaller-than-estimated gain in consumer spending.

traders eye 1400 on s&p 500 as fed talk dominates

will it or won’t it? the market’s fixation with the fed is likely to dominate trader talk again friday, with just durable goods at 8:30 a.m. et on the economic calendar and the fed’s jackson hole symposium a week away.

st. louis fed president james bullard’s hawkish comments on cnbc’s “squawk box” thursday dampened some of the optimism that the fed would move soon on another round of asset purchases. on wednesday, the minutes of the last fed meeting showed many members leaning toward taking policy steps to help the economy.


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  • GDP – Bureau of Economic Analysis
  • Consumer Price Index
  • Producer Price Index
  • Price Index of Personal Consumption Expenditures
  • Inflation Indicators
  • Geopolitical Risks
  • Equity Valuations vs. Historic Numbers
  • US Employment Reports
  • New Home Sales
  • Retail Sales
  • Durable Goods report
  • Consumer Credit Reports
  • Consumer Confidence Index
  • Employee Cost Index
  • Employee Situation Report
  • Existing Home Sales
  • Industrial Production
  • Housing Starts
  • Jobless Claims Report
  • Money Supply
  • Mutual Fund Flows
  • Non-Manufacturing Report
  • Personal Income and Outlays
  • Beige Book “Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions”
  • Productivity Report
  • Purchasing Managers Index
  • Trade Balance Report
  • Wholesale Trade Report

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