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Tag Archives: Black Friday

It’s Monday Again: Holiday sales up 2% on Thanksgiving, your Grocery order delivered by air, Mortgages under 5%

The ISM data if you will has good news for the markets but markets opened after thanksgiving at 16060 levels not knowing where to turn despite initial reports pushing up … Continue reading

December 2, 2013

It’s Monday Again: $50 iPhones, 2 for $20, Early Black Friday fun and just Thanksgiving (NIRP or ZIRP is that a question, then?) DIN:US SBUX:US EAT:US JPM:US GS:US WMT:US T:US VZ:US

The sneaky fact of the day, Most Bond investors actually sell into these four months and probably take dividends for the year home before they come back t o invest … Continue reading

November 25, 2013

US Economy (EoD Review): Treasury liquidity constrained, yield stays a hopeful mark above previous auctions

Even as the Fed increased buying in Operation Twist to $9 bln, the M2 report shows the liquidity shruck as less goes around. Leading indicators up next however look good, … Continue reading

February 16, 2012

A Black Friday Infographic to remember

November 26, 2011

The Retail Lifestyle Champions: Black Friday gladdens retail shoppers

It’s still the weekedn and most stores that opened near midnight yesterday may continue offers at least today if they were not rid of all the stock put on the … Continue reading

November 26, 2011 · 1 Comment

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