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Investor’s Guide to the 2014 State of the Union Address

President Obama’s State of the Union (SOTU), scheduled for Tuesday, January 28, is unlikely to be a big market mover. But three areas of the market may see some impact...

FAQ - Federal Open Market

Will the Fed announce tapering at this week’s FOMC meeting? Why is the Fed not likely to taper at this week’s FOMC meeting? How has the economy evolved since the last FOMC meeting in mid-September 2013? Find out answer to these questions and more...

Back to Work

The budget crisis in Washington is over — for now. The 11th hour deal lifts the debt ceiling through February 7, 2014, and funds the government though January 15, 2014, returning furloughed overnment workers to their jobs. The bill passed both the Senate and the House by a wide margin and on bipartisan support. But what about early next year — are we going to have to go through the same fiscal fight again?

The Lowdown on the Shutdown

With the shutdown and debt ceiling debate now in the rear view mirror, the market’s attention — and possibly the Federal Reserve’s (Fed) as well — will likely shift to the performance of the private sector economy here in the fourth quarter of 2013 and in the first quarter of 2014. We continue to expect around 2.0% growth in real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2013, despite the drag from government spending...

The Six Trends to Watch This Earnings Season

The continued wrangling by lawmakers over the government shutdown and debt ceiling may overshadow earnings reports this week in drama, but not in importance. While Washington drives market volatility, the market trend is determined by earnings growth. It is hard to draw conclusions from the handful of results in the...

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