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Day: March 16, 2019

CEO behind the largest US pot deal says this is just the beginning of the cannabis craze

One canadian pot company is making a huge splash in the U.S. market. Earlier this week, cannabis product retailer Harvest Health and Recreation announced it would buy competitor Verano Holdings for $850 million in an all-stock deal, marking the largest U.S. cannabis deal to date. The combined company will be one of the country’s largest …

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Better economic data needed before Wall Street can rise back to all-time highs

Stocks kicked off 2019 with a bang as U.S.-China trade tensions simmered while the Federal Reserve signaled patience in raising rates. However, stocks will need improving economic data to make a run at the record levels set last year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 are both 4 percent away from their all-time …

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Professional Crude Oil and Energy Trading Fundamentals, Brynne Kelly

Key Points Discussed in this interview How to identify dislocations in crude oil market Fundamentals allow traders to discover the true driver of commodity prices Facts about crude oil and natural gas that all traders should know Brynne Kelly is highly respected as one of the top voices in the energy market. With over 25 …

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With No Clarity on Brexit and Trade War Yet, Focus Will Turn to FOMC Projections

Sterling ended last week as the strongest one as no-deal Brexit is now politically ruled out. But it should be noted that the path forward remains unclear, as least for a few more days. Thus, the upside breakout of Sterling was indecisive. The Pound has indeed closed below recent highs against Dollar and Yen. On …

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Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary: Economic Data Reinforce Fed Patience

U.S. Review Economic Data Reinforce Fed Patience Several indicators released this week signaled a moderation in the pace of economic growth, and provided further reinforcement for patience from the Fed on further monetary policy tightening. Retail sales rebounded in January, but the gain wasn’t enough to completely wash out the weak readings in December, suggesting …

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The Weekly Bottom Line: Sitting at Neutral, Slogging Towards Normal

U.S. Highlights Our updated economic forecast anticipates a slowdown in global growth to 3.2% in 2019, roughly at trend. A weak handoff from 2018 and start to 2019 motivates much of the downgrades in advanced economies, while growth in emerging markets is anticipated to perk up slightly later in the year. Growth in the U.S. …

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