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Day: March 1, 2019

The week ahead: Jobs report needs to silence rising worries about the economy

Job growth has remained vibrant despite the slow-growing economy, and that’s a trend investors are anxious to see confirmed in the February employment report on Friday. Even with some economists expecting growth around 1 percent for the first quarter, the labor market has been strong, and economists expect to see 185,000 jobs added in February. …

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The market’s two-month hot start to 2019 could mean more gains ahead, history shows

Stocks rocketed higher in the first two months of the year. If history is any indication, equities are primed for further gains moving forward. Data compiled by LPL Financial show the S&P 500 has posted gains in the final 10 months of the year in 25 of the 27 times it started a year with …

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Atlanta Fed’s closely watched GDP tracker shows next to no growth for first quarter

The Atlanta Fed’s GDPNow initial model estimate shows negligible growth for the first quarter of just 0.3 percent. The Atlanta Fed noted Friday that the 2.6 percent estimate on Thursday of fourth-quarter real GDP growth was slightly above the forecast it released earlier in the week. The first-quarter report, which was released on the Atlanta …

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Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Gap, Tesla, L Brands & more

Check out the companies making headlines midday Friday: Tesla — Shares of Tesla fell 7.58 percent after the company’s underwhelming announcement that it will be launching its standard Model 3. Barclays analyst Brian Johnson even called it the “un-iPhone moment.” The electric car maker also announced store closures and layoffs in an effort to reduce …

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Australian Q4 GDP, a Preview: A Loss of Momentum – Housing and the Consumer

Real GDP: f/c 0.2%qtr, 2.4%yr, Domestic demand: f/c 0.2%qtr, 2.0%yr The Australian National Accounts, to be released on Wednesday March 6, will provide an estimate of economic activity for the December quarter. The economy experienced a considerable loss of momentum from mid-2018. Growth was 4% annualised over the first half of the year, slowing to …

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Australia & New Zealand Weekly: Some Risks Next Week, and Observations on the US

Week beginning 4 March 2019 Some risks next week, and observations on the US. RBA: policy decision, Governor Lowe speaks. Australia: GDP partials, GDP, dwelling approvals, retail sales, trade balance. NZ: building work put in place. China: National People’s Congress, trade balance. Europe: ECB policy decision, GDP 3rd estimate. US: non-farm payrolls, Fed Chair Powell …

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Week Ahead – ECB, RBA and BoC Meetings Eyed Amid Potential Policy Shifts; US Jobs Report in Focus Too

Central banks will move to the fore next week as the European Central Bank, the Reserve Bank of Australia and the Bank of Canada will be holding policy meetings. With all three central banks recently lowering their outlooks for their respective economies, markets will be on standby for possible shifts in policy stance. The US …

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U.S. Manufacturing Activity Gives Back January Gains

The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) manufacturing index shed 2.4 percentage points to 54.2 in February, giving back January’s gains. Markets were expecting a relatively flat reading. Aside from inventories (+0.6 points to 53.4), four of the five subcomponents that comprise the headline index declined in February. The good news is that activity continues to …

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Weekly Focus – How Will ECB Respond to Economic Weakness?

This publication has been prepared by Danske Markets for information purposes only. It is not an offer or solicitation of any offer to purchase or sell any financial instrument. Whilst reasonable care has been taken to ensure that its contents are not untrue or misleading, no representation is made as to its accuracy or completeness …

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Otto Warmbier’s parents blame Kim Jong Un for son’s death, push back on Trump

The parents of Otto Warmbier, who died of injuries sustained in prison in North Korea, issued a stinging rebuke to President Donald Trump for saying he believed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s claim that he was unaware of the brutal conditions under which their son was being held, or the abuse he suffered during …

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