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NFP First, Middle East Second

Friday April 7: Five things the markets are talking about Momentum in the U.S labor market was strong going into last month, however bad weather during non-farm payroll’s (NFP) mid-March sample week pose the risk of weather-related delays in hiring. Market consensus is looking for a headline print atop of +180k mark, which would be a very healthy rate of monthly growth, but off...

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Morning Charts 04/06/2017 SPX /es

Masters begins today! I got a chuckle out of this post title. Pretty sure you know why - Cudmore: "It's Now A Matter Of When, Not If, Markets Break Down"On to the lie -SPX Daily - Nothing exciting other than a battle with support. The 20 dma is diving and looks like it will want to cross the 50 dma (now at 44). Does not look too good going forward here, but we all know team...

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Hedge Funds Reduce Large Oil Positions Uncertain About Supply

Hedge funds have continued liquidating their large bullish position in crude amid doubts about the pace and timing of any rebalancing in the oil market. Hedge funds’ net position in Brent and WTI has been cut to 642 million barrels, down from a record 951 million barrels on Feb. 21 (tmsnrt.rs/2nvXl0M). The spread of risks between further long liquidation and new...

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Republican Senator Says Trump Administration Shouldn’t Have Started with Healthcare

President Donald Trump and House Republican leaders would have been better served by attempting tax reform or boosting infrastructure spending before taking on a health-care overhaul, GOP Sen. Bob Corker told CNBC on Tuesday. Trying to repeal and replace Obamacare was the “wrong place to start,” said Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a member of the Banking and Budget committees. &#...

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US Market Slowed Down After Trump Inauguration

The stock market suggests that traders’ exuberant expectations after election night haven’t panned out — at least not since the administration actually took office. We are now a full 100 trading days since that night in November, pretty evenly split with 49 trading days through the inauguration and another 50 since then. When it comes to the major companies in the Dow 30, and the 11 broad-based sectors of the stock market, there’s ...

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US Factory Orders Rise in February

New orders for U.S.-made goods increased for a third straight month in February on growing demand for machinery and electrical equipment, suggesting the manufacturing sector recovery was gaining steam. Factory goods orders rose 1.0 percent, the Commerce Department said on Tuesday after an upwardly revised 1.5 percent increase in January. Economists polled by Reuters had forecast factory orders advancing 1.0 percent in February after a previously reported 1.2 percent increase in January. Factory...

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