Chart of the week Archives

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Chart Title Date
Longer-term rates to go up? 02/07/2019
US factory gauge falls most since 2008 01/31/2019
Shutdown impact seeps in 01/24/2019
Bond supply worries may be overblown 01/17/2019
Rising gold holdings a warning sign? 01/10/2019
Fed in focus 01/03/2019
GDP growth still strong 12/20/2018
At oil's mercy 12/13/2018
Corrections are common 12/06/2018
Sector selection 11/29/2018
How long will this bull market last? 11/20/2018
Timing the market 11/15/2018
Election season and stocks 11/08/2018
Workers getting a smaller slice 11/01/2018
Big divide among income earners 10/25/2018
Not a good time to buy a home? 10/18/2018
A growing hunger 10/11/2018
The longest bull market ever 10/04/2018
Paycheck squeeze 09/27/2018
Stocks significantly overvalued based on one measure 09/20/2018
Stock buybacks could set record 09/13/2018
China trade gap at new record 09/06/2018
A map of exports 08/30/2018
Confidence gap between generations widens 08/23/2018
Convertibles in style 08/16/2018
Building equity 08/02/2018
Coal continues decline 07/26/2018
Growth stocks outpacing value 07/19/2018
Volatility has risen 07/12/2018
Dominance of technology 07/05/2018
Rising financing costs impact housing market 06/28/2018
The US economy without debt 06/21/2018
Oil prices rise amid supply concerns on the Iran deal 06/14/2018
A reason stocks are moving sideways 06/07/2018
Caution signs in Europe? 05/31/2018
How corporations are using their cash 05/24/2018
Are consumers overconfident? 05/17/2018
Manufacturing remains strong 05/10/2018
Inflation ticks higher 05/03/2018
US trade gap grows larger 04/26/2018
Traders still think rates are going up 04/20/2018
Cracks in the housing foundation 04/12/2018
US factory utilization has room to grow 04/05/2018
US consumers anticipate their earnings will rise 03/29/2018
Bloomberg Barclays US Treasury Index 03/15/2018
Tax dust settles 02/16/2018
 

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