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Week-in-Review: Week ending in 06.18.21

Equities finished another volatile week solidly lower, with the S&P 500 dropping ‐1.9%. After leading large caps for three consecutive weeks, the small cap Russell 2000 fell sharply, losing ‐4.2% for the week.

Week-in-Review: Week ending in 06.04.21

U.S. stocks rallied on the week but still couldn’t close above their May 7th all‐time high. The S&P 500 gained +0.6%, but the small cap Russell 2000 led for the second straight week with an advance of +0.8%.

Month-in-Review: May 2021

Heavyweight bout. Much of May was a battle between rising inflation fears and growing optimism from the U.S. economic recovery. Overall, though, the data points to an economy, and corporate earnings picture, that remains in an upswing.

Week-in-Review: Week ending in 05.21.21

Another late week rally was not enough to undo an early week pullback in choppy trading that was reminiscent of last week. In the end the S&P 500 slipped ‐0.4% for its first back‐to‐back weekly decline since February.

Week-in-Review: Week ending in 05.14.21

A big stock rally on Friday couldn’t reverse the losses incurred Monday through Wednesday. The Cboe VIX Volatility Index surged past 28 on Wednesday before falling back under 19 on Friday as the market rebounded.

Month-in-Review: April 2021

Vaccinations help economy bloom. Nearly 250 million vaccinations have been administered in the U.S. marking 43% of the U.S. population with at least one vaccine dose. Meanwhile, new U.S COVID‐19 cases are down 80% from their peak in January.

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