By admin / February 17, 2018
The $171 billion in YTD stock buyback announcements is the most ever for this early in the year. In fact, it is more than double the prior 10 year average of $77 billion in YTD buyback announcements.
By admin / February 15, 2018
US industrial production slumped in January, dropping 0.1% MoM against expectations of a 0.3% rise. December's original 0.9% surge in industrial production was revised drastically lower to just 0.4%, making this 0.1% drop in January even more significant... Source:ZeroHedge
By admin / January 26, 2018
BofA's Global Wealth and Investment Management (GWIM) team. What it shows is that investor cash allocation has just dropped to a record low of just 10%...
By admin / January 21, 2018
Can't dispute the fact that the economy is getting better by the day, because the Feds have the tax collections to prove it.
By admin / January 14, 2018
The following chart depicts this election cycle, i.e., the average four-year pattern of the Dow Jones Industrial Average over more than a century. On the left hand side you see the pattern during the election year, followed by the first post-election year. Thereafter comes the mid-term pattern – which is highlighted by a red circle –
By admin / January 12, 2018
Rankings of Yearly Hours Worked... U.S. workers put in a 1,779 hour shift every year while across the border in Canada, the annual total adds up to 1,691. French workers get a much better deal with 1,482 hours while in Germany, the total only comes to 1,371.
By admin / January 8, 2018
JPM writes, any given cryptocurrency faces competition from other cryptocurrencies, posing risks to their individual valuations. Indeed, the market capitalisation of Bitcoin has risen by around $100bn to around $270bn since late November, while other cryptocurrencies have seen a significant increase in market cap from around $130bn to nearly $500bn currently.