On this week’s Market Week in Review, Chief Investment Strategist Erik Ristuben talks about the varied responses across global markets to Thursday’s muted Chinese growth numbers and the impact of fears that America’s quantitative easing program could come to an end sooner than expected.
With Mark Soupiset hosting this week’s episode, Ristuben examines the apparent profit-taking that occurred in Japan on Thursday – resulting in a drop of more than 7 points for the country’s Nikkei index – as well as market responses in Europe and the U.S. Get a wrap up of the week’s market news by watching this week’s show.
On this week’s Market Week in Review, Rachel Carroll discusses the very strong U.S. consumer sentiment number that was published on Friday and its implications for the health of the economy. Carroll describes the interesting dichotomy of good – and bad – economic news of late and the market’s reactions to both. Mark Soupiset hosts this week’s episode, which also explores the good-news-bad-news economic news from Europe this week and China’s slower-than-expected growth numbers. Be sure to tune in to this week’s episode.
On this week’s Market Week in Review video webcast, host Mark Soupiset asks Portfolio Manager Mike Ruff whether the market will be less tolerant of negative economic news given that equities are trading at or near all-time highs. Ruff gives his expert insights on this question and also takes viewers on a quick tour of global market news this week. Be sure to watch.
Get your weekly market-news recap on this week’s Market Week in Review video webcast. This week, host Mark Soupiset tries to poke holes in the “sell in May and go away” scenario of the last three years, asking Chief Investment Strategist Erik Ristuben whether he expects the markets to pull back from record highs over the coming months. Ristuben also gives his views on the European Central Bank’s quarter-point rate cut earlier in the week and why bad news may be good news for investors in that region. The episode concludes with a discussion on the ongoing effects of “Abe-nomics” on the Nikkei and Japan’s economy.
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