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NY Fed’s Williams Says Strong Economy Warrants Further Rate Hikes (As Dow Crashes 800 Points And 10Y-2Y Slope Flattens To 10 BPS) – Confounded Interest

confoundedinterest17 Banking, ECB, Economy, Fed, Powell, SPX, Stocks, Trade, Treasury, Uncategorized, Volatility, Yellen, Yield Curve December 4, 2018December 4, 2018 0 Minutes The Dow crashed 800 points today, most after noon. Which is it? The fear that the Trump-Xie tariff truce is a big nothing burger? Or that NY Fed President came out after noon saying that inflation and jobs ...

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Dow falls more than 300 points as the market’s October struggles persist

Among the reasons for selling on Thursday, according to investors, were worries about the U.S.-China trade war, rising interest rates and lingering worries about possible overvalued U.S. tech stocks. Stocks also fell as Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin pulled out of a Saudi Arabia investment conference as traders worried a large global investor in the kingdom is coming under greater scrutiny. ...

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Gerald Celente Just Issued This Major Trend Alert After Dow Plunges Another 545 Points And Gold Spikes

On the heels of another wild day of trading that saw the Dow plunge another 545 points and the price of gold spike, Gerald Celente just issued this major trend alert. Financial EmergencyOctober 11 (King World News) – Gerald Celente: In our September 19 Trend Alert “Economic 9/11,” we warned “…a market crash was coming … that will rock the world.” World ...

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With Netflix Gapping Down More Than 50 Points In Early Trading, One Market Veteran Just Warned “They Eventually Pull The Exit Trigger And The Market Collapses”

With Netflix gapping down more than 50 points in early trading, one market veteran just warned, “They eventually pull the exit trigger and the market collapses.” “We Should Understand The Risks”July 17 (King World News) – Here is a portion today’s note from legend Art Cashin:  A Mere Handful Carry The Load – Over the weekend, my friend and fellow market ...

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