Economic Market Summary

Market Down and Dirty Last Week’s Economic/Market Summary  Data   U.S. equity indices moved higher last week despite rising interest rates. S&P 500 +1.95% Dow +0.77%, Russell 2000 +2.44%, Nasdaq +4.56%1 The All-Country World Index was higher by 1.31%.1  S&P 500 sub-sectors were mixed last week. The year-to-date laggards led with Tech & Cons Discretionary gaining over 4%.1  The best performers … Read More

Economic Market Summary

Market Down and Dirty Last Week’s Economic/Market Summary  Data  U.S. equity indices moved lower last week as the rebound evaporated. S&P 500 -2.27% Dow -1.28%, Russell 2000 -2.00%, Nasdaq -4.13%1 The All-Country World Index declined 2.26%.1  S&P 500 sub-sectors were mostly lower last week. Utilities, Energy, Staples, & Healthcare were the only positive sectors. 1  Technology & Consumer Discretionary led … Read More

Economic Market Summary

Market Down and Dirty Last Week’s Economic/Market Summary  Data  U.S. equity indices ripped higher last week.  S&P 500 +6.62% Dow +5.39%, Russell 2000 +6.00%, Nasdaq +7.49%1  The All-Country World Index rose 4.52%.1  S&P 500 sub-sectors ended the week almost all higher.  Consumer Discretionary, Tech, & Healthcare led to the upside.  Energy was the lone negative sector at -2.59%.1  The CBOE … Read More

Economic Market Summary

Market Down and Dirty Last Week’s Economic/Market Summary  Data  U.S. equity indices were all down last week as inflation continued to weigh on the economy. S&P 500 -6.14% Dow -4.73%, Russell 2000 -7.51%, Nasdaq -4.78%1  The All-Country World Index declined 5.76%.1  S&P 500 sub-sectors all finished lower last week.  Energy led to the downside by a wide margin with a … Read More

Economic Market Summary

Market Down and Dirty Last Week’s Economic/Market Summary  Data  U.S. equity indices sold off hard last week on the back of worse than expected inflation data. S&P 500 -5.05% Dow -4.58%, Russell 2000 -4.53%, Nasdaq -5.60%1 The All-Country World Index declined 4.50%.1  S&P 500 sub-sectors all finished lower last week. Energy led with a loss of less than 1%.1  Real … Read More