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Marching Toward the Pre-Recession Peak

The U.S. economy needs to add another 2.7 million net new jobs to get back to the all-time high set in early 2008 during the early months of the recession. How quickly the economy can create those 2.7 million jobs will in large part determine if, when, and how the Federal Reserve (Fed) begins to scale back its quantitative easing (QE) program...

#HumphreyHawkins

The Humphrey-Hawkins testimony used to be a rare window of transparency for an otherwise opaque Federal Reserve (Fed), but now it is just one of the many ways the Fed is transparent. In this week’s Humphrey-Hawkins testimony, the market is looking to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to apply more of a quantitative threshold on the pace of quantitative easing....

Gasoline Prices Racing Toward Danger Zone

Do you feel like you are paying too much for gasoline? The national average price has seen double-digit increases two out of the last three weeks and is up 45 cents since the beginning of the year. The race higher in gasoline prices is worth watching closely. In each of the past two years, we have tracked 10 “spring slide” indicators that helped us to predict the stock market pullbacks that took place during the second quarter of each year...

Investing in an Up-and-Down Market

The volatility and classic 5 – 15% pullbacks we have seen in each of the past few years is perfectly normal and very likely to be a recurring pattern in 2013. There are several ways to benefit from market volatility and potentially enhance returns, including....

JOLTS Show Labor Market Still Healing

The nation’s labor market has come a long way since the depths of the Great Recession and its aftermath, but it still has a long way to go to get back to “normal.” We continue to expect modest improvement in the labor market in 2013. How quickly the labor market heals in 2013 will help to determine if, how, and when the Federal Reserve begins to scale back quantitative easing (QE) and eventually begins to raise interest rates...

 
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