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Jennifer Sutton, who started High Vibes Juicery and Wellness Bar in Park City, Utah, during the pandemic, chats with customers. The pandemic h…
Juices chill in a cooler at High Vibes Juicery and Wellness Bar in Park City, Utah.
Dogs romp in the yard at Paws ‘n’ Rec, which offers membership-based day care, boarding and grooming, in Tampa, Fla.
Mike Mayleben started Paws ‘n’ Rec, a day care for dogs in Tampa, Fla., during the pandemic. “Debt being more expensive is going to be massive…
Anna Barrett labels juices recently at High Vibes Juicery and Wellness Bar in Park City, Utah.
Investors are so skittish that every data point is an excuse to run markets up or down. As I have warned readers in the past, selecting one or two data points and extrapolating a trend from them is a dangerous game, but that is exactly what the markets are doing.
It was a week that looked promising. The three main U.S. averages spiked higher, gaining almost 4 percent in two days on no news. From a technical point of view, we are still in a downtrend, but that could change over the next week.
I still see a difficult first half of the year that will probably spill over into the summer. Sure, we can have relief rallies like we are in right now. But, for me to become more bullish, I would need to see earnings bottom, inflation subside and the Fed to stop tightening monetary policy. Don’t hold your breath.
S&P Global Ratings gave town government high marks for financial management, clearing the way for low-interest financing of major town projects.
Third-quarter earnings have cheered investors, sending markets to new highs. The bullish wave of buying was so strong that investors ignored t…