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U.S. equities finished mixed as investors parsed through a host of data and events, with the S&P 500 back to record high territory.
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Stocks turn mixed as investors digest earnings, data.
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Natural Gas prices have waivered recently based on decreased demand.
U.S. equities closed mostly higher in a somewhat cautious session as the S&P 500 and Dow continued to flirt with all-time highs.
U.S. stocks finished the day in the green, as the markets digested a heating up Q3 earnings season.
U.S. stocks ended the day mostly positive after battling back from some early weakness, as the markets weighed the upbeat early Q3 earnings season with the uncertainty of inflationary pressures, supply chain issues, heightened energy prices, and data suggesting a slowdown in China.
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Where does the fixed income market go from here?
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The age of abundance has given way to an age of scarcity, while the pro-cyclical version of inflation may have given way to the counter-cyclical version.
U.S. equities finished mostly higher in another volatile session, as a busy day unfolded with the unofficial start to Q3 earnings season kicking off and the markets receiving their first look at the September inflation picture.
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With the debt ceiling issue out of the way for now, earnings which have been pretty good so far, are likely to drive the equity markets in the near-term. The indicators point to continued positive momentum for next week.
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