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October Market Recap

Not all news pertaining to COVID-19 is negative. Both consumers and workers are adapting to the new normal born out of the pandemic. Employees are not only working from home they are also on the move. Upwork Inc. estimates that between 14 million and 23 million Americans plan to relocate to more affordable housing markets to work remotely, according Staffing Industry Analysts. In many cases, the migration of workers is expected to come out of the major urban areas. [...]

Monday Nov 9th - First Trust Update

Last week the S&P 500 Index had its best performance since early April returning 7.36%, as it rallied back from the previous week's loss and worst performance since late March. The week started with much uncertainty for investors with the US presidential election on Tuesday and third quarter earnings announcements for several companies expected to be released during the week. [...]

September 2020 First Trust Market Update

Fed Determined to Stay Loose The Federal Reserve was already holding short-term interest rates near zero. What today?s meeting made clear was how determined the Fed is to hold them there for at least the next few years and perhaps well into the current decade. [...]

July 2020 First Trust Market Update

Steady As She Goes If you didn’t know there was a Fed meeting today, you didn’t miss anything: it made no changes at all to monetary policy. [...]

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