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John weighs in on Fed

March 27, 2018

John reflects on Jerome Powell’s latest statement as Federal Reserve Chairman

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If you’ve watched BNN, you know that John is a sought-after market commentator, with deep insights on key sectors, important stocks, as well as the larger economy.

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Latest Commentary

Bond Commentary – March 2018

Jeff Herold

In contrast with the indifference shown in February, bond markets reacted to stock market volatility in March as global markets suffered several tape bombs. [A tape bomb is defined as a significant unexpected news event that moves markets.] Several of the tape bombs last month emanated from the bumptious U.S. president, Donald Trump, as he […]

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Looming Trade Wars Rain on Global Growth Parade

John Zechner

The volatility in the stock market that finally arrived in early February continued into March as stocks sold off early in the month, then continued their rally off the Feb. 8th lows before faltering again to the February lows and finally bouncing back a bit on the last four days of the month.  The net […]

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Bond Commentary – February 2018

Jeff Herold

The bond market was weak for most of February, eking out a small gain with a rally in the final days of the month. The trend to higher yields and lower bond prices that dominated January extended into the first half of February. However, disappointing economic data received during February led some market participants to […]

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