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15 Aug 2019 (NYTimes) – US Stock Markets, Jolted by Economic Worry, Suffer 2nd Worst Drop of 2019

[COMMENT: In trading Thursday, the major US equity indices all fell almost 3 percent. Now that is a large amount for an index to fall in just one day.] (15 August 2019, New York Times online, By Matt Phillips) ‘Trade-war worries hammered financial markets again on Wednesday as data from Germany and China showed trouble … Continue reading

9 Jan 2019 (AFR) – S&P 500 could still be 14.5pc overvalued: NAB

(9 January 2019, AFR, p27, by Timothy Moore) ‘The S&P 500 could still be as much as 14.5 per cent overvalued, and that could keep the Federal Reserve on the sidelines through the first half of 2019, according to NAB. NAB market strategist Tapas Strickland said the recent sell-off “has seen valuations come back more … Continue reading

27 Oct 2017 (AFR) – When will this rally end: Investors ask the most common question on Wall Street

(27 October 2017, AFR, p31, by Philip Baker) ‘The S&P 500 is now deep into it’s ninth year of gains, and after 50 record highs so far this calender year it’s probably not surprising that Goldman Sachs equity strategist David Kostin says the most common question on Wall Street right now is: “When will this … Continue reading