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Charles Payne's Market Commentary
7/23/2019 - Monday was a lackluster session that saw small rally efforts fade, and slight dips bought as the Dow Jones Industrial Average swung back and forth across the unchanged line more than 150 times.† Broader indices were firm all session long but held in check after initially gapping higher at the open.††

In fact, market breadth was largely negative, as there were more decliners than advancers on the NYSE and the NASDAQ. There were more 52-week lows than highs on the NASDAQ,... MORE

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The Fed continues to loom large over the market, despite the focus on earnings. The debate will rage for days. I think the cut could be as much as 50 bps, but even if itís not, a message will be sent.†Conventional wisdom around that message could impact stocks. I donít think purists will see the inflation concern Iíve harped on and underscored by all the key players.† Why do you think the Fed should cut rates?
Low inflation risks
Slower US economic growth
Sluggish global economy
Global central banks plunging rates
Mounting US corporate debt
Trade war worries

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Observations of a concerned public

By Art Hajjarian: - 6/20/2019
Great analyses espacially with the summery I have chip stocks that has been hit hard with trade war with China, although I agree with the concepts of trade war, but needs negotiations and ending it soon.

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