Category: ECONOMY

A review of Q4 2016

THE QUARTER IN BRIEF

Two events strongly influenced U.S. and foreign financial markets in the fourth quarter – one unexpected by many, the other widely anticipated. Neither of them particularly upset investors. Donald Trump’s win in the presidential election led to … Read More

 

Gerald Quigley Presents:

 

MONTHLY ECONOMIC UPDATE

 

March 2016

 

THE MONTH IN BRIEF
After a miserable January, the Dow Jones Industrial Average managed to gain 0.30% in February. While stock markets around the world struggled to advance, gold … Read More

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China’s Stock Market Turmoil
Can U.S. shares hold up in the wake of January’s shocks?  
Provided by Gerald Quigley
 

On January 7, China halted stock trading for … Read More

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The Fed Makes Its Move
Wall Street rallies as interest rates rise for the first time since 2006.
Provided by Gerald Quigley
U.S. monetary policy officially changed course Wednesday. Federal Reserve officials voted to raise the federal … Read More

A major global selloff unfolds. Is a bottom near?
Provided by Gerald Quigley
When will the stock market stabilize? As the last trading week of August began, worried investors wondered just that. Gains for the major indices were hard to imagine at … Read More

MONTHLY ECONOMIC UPDATE
November 2015

THE MONTH IN BRIEF
October was the least dramatic month the stock market had seen in some time – no sudden shocks, very little chance of the Federal Reserve raising interest rates, earnings taking center stage. All this was just … Read More

MONTHLY ECONOMIC UPDATE
September 2015
THE MONTH IN BRIEF
Fears about the health of China’s economy rocked Wall Street and other stock markets last month. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 6.57% in August, and other major U.S. equity indices followed it into correction territory. Not one … Read More

Gerald Quigley Presents:

MONTHLY ECONOMIC UPDATE

September 2015

THE MONTH IN BRIEF
Fears about the health of China’s economy rocked Wall Street and other stock markets last month. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 6.57% in August, and other major U.S. equity indices followed it into correction territory. Not one consequential foreign benchmark posted … Read More