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Weekly Market Snapshot

June 6th, 2023 Week Market Update

6/06/23 Market Snapshot: Kicking the Debt Ceiling Can, Higher unemployment rate

For week ending June 6th

An agreement on the U.S. debt ceiling was approved this week by both the House and Senate
ending weeks of negotiation. The deal suspends the debt ceiling limit until January of 2025 and sets a cap on non-defense spending in 2024.

May 30th, 2023 Weekly Market Update

5/30/2023 Market Snapshot: Agreement in Washington, PCE Index News

For week ending May 26th

The U.S. debt ceiling weighed on the markets early in the week but as of the weekend,
the President and House Leaders reached an agreement to suspend the limit for two years and lower certain government spending. The bill is scheduled to go to the House Rules Committee on Tuesday before going to the full House for a vote on Wednesday.

May 23rd, 2023 Weekly Market Update

5/23/23 Market Snapshot: Positive Markets, Unproductive Debt Ceiling Talks

For week ending May 21st

Despite stalled discussions on Friday, talks are expected to resume on Monday between the President and House Leaders regarding the U.S. debt ceiling limit. Conversations were unproductive over the past week as both sides cannot agree on spending levels and the duration of spending caps.

May 16th, 2023 Weekly Market Snapshot

5/16/23 Market Snapshot: Debt Ceiling Limit

For week ending May 12th

Concerns over the U.S. debt ceiling limit weighed on the markets this week as the meeting between President Biden and Congressional leaders produced no results on Tuesday and a Friday meeting was postponed.

May 9th, 2023 Weekly Market Update

5/9/23 Market Snapshot: Another Rate Hike, Non-Farm Payroll Numbers

For week ending May 5th

May kicked off with a large slate of economic news most notably a widely expected move by the Federal Reserve raising the federal funds rate by another 25 basis points.

May 2nd, 2023 Weekly Market Update

5/2/23 Market Snapshot: Q1 GDP, Retail Inventories, and Consumer Confidence

For week ending April 28th

The equity markets closed out April on a positive note, but uncertainty remains as to the outlook for the economy. In addition to a large slate of earnings reports, there were several data releases that continue to paint a mixed picture...

April 25th, 2023 Weekly Market Update

4/25/23 Market Snapshot: U.S. housing market news, anticipated rate hikes

For week ending April 21st

Despite many earnings reports during the week, the equity markets were little changed with all three indices showing slightly negative returns. The U.S. housing market drew a lot of attention this week when the National Association of Realtors announced that home prices in March had fallen for the second month in a row...

April 18th, 2023 Weekly Market Update

4/18/23 Market Snapshot: CPI report, Producer Price Index, and U.S. retail sales

For week ending April 14th

This week’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) report was in line with expectations with a yearly increase of 5.0%, while the Core CPI, which excludes food and gasoline prices, moved slightly higher to 5.6%. While both metrics seem to indicate moderating inflation, the readings remain above Federal Reserve’s target inflation rate of 2.0%...

April 11th, 2023 Weekly Market Update

4/11/23 Market Snapshot: JOLTS report, lightening wage pressure, manufacturing index

For week ending April 7th

The job market was the focus of the past week due to several reports which reflected some easing of pressure in the employment picture. The JOLTS report (Job Opening and Labor Turnover Survey) from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics gained attention on Wednesday when it announced that current U.S. job openings fell below 10 million, a figure not seen since 2021...

April, 5th, 2023 Weekly Market Update

4/5/23 Market Snapshot: Personal Consumer Expenditures Index, Consumer Sentiment Index

For week ending March 31st

The first quarter of 2023 closed on a positive note with all three major equity indices up for the week. The markets rallied on Friday following the release of the core Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) index for February. This preferred inflation metric of the Federal Reserve came in slightly below expectations with a year over year gain of 4.6%, below last month’s reading of 5.4%.

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