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U.S. Equity Markets finished yesterday’s session lower, led by the 1.21% fall in the NASDAQ 100. Surprisingly, the VIX only closed with a gain of 1% at a price of 19.90. Markets fell as July headline Retail Sales remain largely stagnant. Target (TGT) continued the trend for retailers this week as it warned that higher inventory levels will remain until inflation eases and boosts consumer demand. According to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association, weekly mortgage applications decreased 2.3% from the prior week. Overall purchase applications are nearing the lows seen early in the pandemic. Within the S&P 500, ten of 11 sectors finished lower. European Markets closed lower. Inflation accelerated to 10.1% in July for the U.K., marking the highest rate since February 1982. Pressures continue to increase on the Bank of England to raise rates further. Germany’s economy continues to struggle with higher energy costs and few solutions to prepare the Euro-Zone’s largest economy heading into the winter months. The government reported that it would have less than three months’ supply of natural gas to get through the winter if Russia cuts supply. In Asia, Japan posted its 12th straight month of a trade deficit with exports rising 19.0% year over year (“YOY”) and imports rising to a new record of 47.2% YOY. New Zealand’s central bank raised its official cash rate by the expected 0.50% to 3.00% – above its self-defined neutral level. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang urged Chinese provinces to promote economic growth with initiatives aimed at autos and houses. Elsewhere, Oil bounced 1.43% while Gold fell 0.59% after another quiet session.
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For anyone following my Platinum Service it made 5 points yesterday and is now ahead by 1793 points for August, having made 2660 points in July, following a gain of 3371 points in June. The Service made 3651 points in May, after making 762 points in April, following a gain of 5883 points in March. The Platinum Service made an impressive 5324 points in February, after ending January with a gain of 3878 points, more than making up for December’s 932 points loss. Since I started this New Platinum Service in June 2015 it has averaged a monthly gain of over 1600 points. I have a YouTube Channel which contains recent interviews I have given This can be viewed by clicking
U.S. Equity Markets finished yesterday’s volatile trading session mixed as the NASDAQ 100 closed lower by 0.23%, while the Dow ended the day with again of 0.71%. Markets were spooked by Housing Starts recording their lowest reading in 17 months. Building Permits were...
U.S. Equity markets finished the day higher despite slower Economic growth, led by the 0.75% rally in the NASDAQ 100. Markets rose Monday as signs of an economic slowdown continue to emerge. The August Empire State Manufacturing Survey fell 42 points month over month...
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