Market Sentiment Watch: Market should be nervous in front of ISM tomorrow and Friday’s payrolls. In energy land, the underlying bid we saw earlier this summer for E&P and Service seems to be trying to come back but volumes are largely unimpressive, summer-like, pre holiday (take your pick, they’re not signaling much more than the […]
Market Sentiment Watch: Nice day yesterday but not a trend setter. Talk about double dip fear easing is no doubt premature. ISM is forecast to point to contraction on Thursday and payrolls on Friday are likely to inspire fear between now and week’s end. In energy land things remain mostly summer-quiet. In today’s post please […]
Market Sentiment Watch: Huge economic data week ahead. The big obvious target on the horizon is the payroll figure on Friday but along the way we get looks at housing (still weak, getting weaker?), consumer confidence (falling with the market, the DC debacle, and still high unemployment and double dip fears), and ISM (note the […]
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Market Sentiment Watch: All eyes on Ben. Most expectations are for Ben to offer little more than readiness if the economy worsens. Specifics as to what tools the Fed Chairman has at the ready have been lacking of late as well … Would guess he’s had time to do his homework and provide at least […]