April 2018

10Y Yields are back at 10-day lows and once again… And the earnings-based, hope-strewn opening gap up in stocks has been erased once again… S&P slides into the red after Gartman turns bullish https://t.co/xyaGWAdMxk — zerohedge (@zerohedge) April 30, 2018 Perhaps of most note is that 30Y Yields are now…

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Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, David Ranson recently endeavored in a long research report to simply declare that “bull markets do not die of old age.” “The life expectancy of bull markets can be inferred from history. Fourteen bull markets in U.S. stocks have come and gone since 1927, and…

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Germany on Monday dampened hopes that an exemption from U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum could be extended for European Union countries, but called for trade negotiations to continue regardless of whether the levies are applied. The United States imposed import tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent…

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U.S. consumer prices accelerated in the year to March, with a measure of underlying inflation surging to near the Federal Reserve’s 2 percent target as last year’s weak readings dropped out of the calculation. The rise in the annual inflation measures reported by the Commerce Department on Monday was anticipated…

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