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Day: January 28, 2021

The Economic Outlook: What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Part III

Part III: Supply Constraints Drive Inflation Higher Summary In the second report of our series on economic risks in the foreseeable future, we looked at how demand-side factors could potentially lead to significantly higher inflation in the United States in coming years. In this third installment, we extend our analysis to consider the supply-side factors …

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US 30 Index’s Pullback Contested by 38.2% Fibonacci

The US 30 stock index (Cash) has found footing on the 30,047 level, which happens to be the 23.6% Fibonacci retracement of the up leg from 26,065 until 31,284, after receding from its latest all-time high of 31,284. Yesterday’s losses saw the index pierce below the 50-day simple moving average (SMA), last encountered in early …

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Euro Overtakes Dollar Investor Sentiment Stabilized, Near Term Support Defended

Overall, the financial markets are mixed as investor sentiment stabilized. European indices are already reversing initial losses while US futures point to higher open. Commodity currencies are staying generally weak. But buying focus is turning away from Dollar and Yen, to Euro. At the time of writing, the common currency is already the best performing …

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The Federal Reserve doesn’t see risks to market stability, even as concern about bubbles grows

Some market pros see the frenzied short squeezes in GameStop and other stocks as signs of a bubble brewing, but the Federal Reserve doesn’t seem to and for that reason investors expect asset prices could continue to rise. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, at his post meeting briefing Wednesday, was asked about the potential of Fed …

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