Stocks could sink the week of January 30, 2023, as economic data, earnings, and the Fed collide.
There will be no Fed speakers this week, but plenty of economic data to move the markets around.
January 17, 2023, will be a busy week with options expiring, Fed speak, and earnings are kicking into a higher gear.
The week of January 9, 2023, will feature Jay Powell, the CPI report, and results from JPMorgan, Bank of America, and Citigroup.
The week of January 3, 2023, will be an epic data dump that includes the December FOMC minutes.
2023 could be much worse than 2022 as the bear market continues to move forward and rates push even higher.
The week of December 19, 2022, will be filled with economic data and Treasury auctions, so that it will be anything but slow.
The Week of December 12, 2022, will feature a CPI report, 3 central bank rate decisions, and a 10-year and 30-year US auction; it will be busy, to say the least.
Stocks fell sharply on December 6, 2022, for a second day, resulting in the S&P 500 breaking two critical trend lines.
The week of December 5, 2022, will be filled with a ton of important economic data that could suggest a US recession is near.
Stocks rallied as Powell says nothing new causing a dovish pivot.
It was a quiet day of trading as investors gear up for Powell on November 30.
Stocks dropped sharply on November 28, 2022 as the markets prepare for Jay Powell on Wedensday.
The week of November 28, 2022, will be jammed with economic data, and highlighted by Jay Powell on Wedensday.
Stocks appear to be gearing up for higher volatility coming soon.
Stocks finished November 22, 2022, higher as the VIX and the Dollar sank.
Stocks posted modest declines on November 21, 2022, as the dollar rebounded and the euro fell.
The week of November 21, 2022, will be a short one but filled with plenty of news events.
Stocks dropped on Thursday, November 17, 2022, as the dollar pushed higher.
Stocks dropped on November 16, 2022, following a hotter-than-expected retail sales data.