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Weekly Indicators: A Whirlpool Of Crosscurrents In The Long Range Forecast Edition
Seeking Alpha
November data was all positive, including retail sales, industrial production, capacity utilization, and the JOLTS report. Both producer and consumer prices came in a little "hot." October business sales increased and inventories decreased, meaning a ...


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US Industrial Production Rose 0.2% in November
Morningstar.com
Without this rebound, industrial production would have remained flat last month, the Fed noted. Manufacturing output, the biggest component of industrial production, rose 0.2% in November, a sharp slowdown from October's 1.4% increase. Capacity ...
Industrial Production Rose 0.2% in NovemberABA Banking Journal (blog)
Industrial Production Up 0.2% in NovemberModern Distribution Management
Industrial Output Moderates After Storm-Related ReboundTransport Topics Online

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Midday Update: Stocks Gain Altitude as Progress Seen on Tax Reform
Nasdaq
Wall Street's major benchmarks were trading with sizable gains on Friday after the latest obstacles to tax reform were removed, and economic data underscored the strength of the US manufacturing sector. The S&P 500 set another record high and, along ...

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10 things you need to know before the opening bell
Business Insider
... its valuation swell 20% over the past few months to $19 billion as it readies to file for an initial public offering, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Stock markets around the world are mostly lower. Hong Kong's Hang Seng (-1.09 ...

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US industrial production posts third gain in a in November row as factories hum
MarketWatch
What happened: Higher production in November was spurred by oil-and-gas companies getting fully back online after a series of hurricanes. Total U.S. output would have been flat if energy were excluded, the Federal Reserve reported Friday. The 2 ...


Taxes And Tightening Could Brighten Gold's Shine
Seeking Alpha
The gold price changed very little during the month of November, managing to post a small gain of 0.30% and closing at $1,274.94 per ounce on November 30. U.S. economic data releases were mixed during the month with positive indicators offset by some ...

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Dow, S&P set for 4th week of gains as traders shake off tax worries
Morningstar.com
Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 37 points, or 0.2%, to 24,594, while those for the S&P 500 index added 3.85 points, or 0.1%, to 2,659.75. That puts both indexes on track for their fourth straight week of gains, even after ending lower ...

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Mid-Day ETF Update: ETFs, Stocks Return to Positive Territory on Easing Tax Reform Woes, Upbeat Manufacturing Data
Nasdaq
Stocks recouped their losses from the previous session after Florida Senator Marco Rubio reportedly backpedalled on his recent opposition to the tax reform package. Besides tax reform, stocks were also getting a lift from this morning's economic data ...

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Gold, Silver Prices Poised To End Week On Strong Note
Kitco News
(Kitco News) - Gold and silver prices are moderately higher in early U.S. trading Friday. The bulls have so far had a very good week. If gold and silver can produce technically bullish weekly high closes Friday, then such would suggest near-term market ...

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Close Update: Dow's Winning Streak Ends as Tax Reform Developments Weigh
Nasdaq
The Dow Jones Industrial Average surrendered its early gains and closed with a loss for the first time in six days on concerns that the tax reform package may be losing critical Senate votes. After Senators Marco Rubio and Mike Lee expressed their ...

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