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Market Update: Trade and the Dollar

Jack Bouroudjian discusses how trade talks and moves in the U.S. dollar will affect markets ahead of the end of…

Market Update: Trade Talk

Jack Bouroudjian looks at the impact of trade and tariff talks on markets and corporate earnings as we approach the…

Market Update: Expiration, Interest Rates & Tariff Talks

Finishing out the week, Jack Bouroudjian discusses expiration, interest rates, and what is to possibly come of the latest tariff…

Market Update: Fed Day, Fed Moves

After today’s anticipated Fed move, Jack Bouroudjian discusses the possibilities of what could come out of the FOMC decision.

Market Update: Central-Bank-A-Thon Time

Jack Bouroudjian prepares us for next week’s Central Bank meetings and the possible outcomes of these meetings.

Market Update: Unemployment & the Yield Curve

After last Friday’s unemployment number, Jack Bouroudjian discusses how that number has played into the market especially in the yield…

Market Update: Unemployment Friday

Jack Bouroudjian discusses the nonfarm payroll number that was released today and what that means for the markets.

Market Update: Last Days of May

After the holiday weekend, Jack Bouroudjian focuses on the last trading days in May, Italian bonds and the yield curve.

Weekly Outlook: Jobs Report and GDP

The market will be watching the jobs report in this holiday-shortened week for clues on what it may mean for…

Market Update: Interest Rate Risk

On top of headline risk, there’s interest rate risk. Jack Bouroudjian looks at how the yield curve is affecting rates…

Market Update: A Risk Off Day

Jack Bouroudjian examines the headline risk affecting the market today, especially news concerning China and trade.