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Week-in-Review: Week ending in 09.17.21

Domestic and International equity markets had a volatile week as traders digested mixed economic news and U.S. Fed officials entered a speaking black out period leading up to the FOMC meeting next week.

Week-in-Review: Week ending in 09.03.21

Domestic equities posted another week of gains but lost some momentum after a disappointing payroll release. European equities faltered on political news out of Germany, while Japanese equities rallied around their own political news.

Month-in-Review: August 2021

Quick Takes ● Steady ascent. Despite higher COVID cases, rising geopolitical risks, mounting inflation fears, the looming Fed tapering, and waning economic growth, stocks continued their steady ascent with the S&P 500 closing August just below its all-time high. ●...

Week-in-Review: Week ending in 08.27.21

The S&P and Nasdaq rose to record levels after Fed Chairman Powell’s comments post Jackson Hole Symposium. Small Cap equities were the biggest winner for the week, gaining +5.05% as investors went risk on.

Week-in-Review: Week ending in 08.20.21

Markets threw a mini tantrum this week as speculation over tapering to the Fed’s asset purchase programs abounded. All major US and International indices finished the week in the red, Emerging Market equities took the brunt of the sell-off.

Week-in-Review: Week ending in 08.06.21

Equities returned to their winning ways after last week’s fall. All major global equity indices posted gains for the week, are now positive for the year–most with double‐digit advances, and are at or near all‐time highs.

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