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Financial Review

Financial Review is a quick summary of the day's stock market activity hosted by Sinclair Noe, host of the full-length program of the same name on Money Radio 1510 and 99.3 FM in Phoenix, Arizona. Each weekday, Sinclair goes in depth in what caused the market activity, and gives listeners a starting point for the next trading day.
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Now displaying: June, 2016
Jun 30, 2016

Stocks bounce back but not all the way. Jobless claims up. Puerto Rican default imminent. Big banks pass test and dish out buybacks. Swipe this Visa and MC. Mondelez Hershey – no kisses. Change your password.

Plus, we talk real estate with Luara Bramnick from www.talkrealestaeaz.com

Also, Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth

More info at www.sinclairnoe.com

Jun 29, 2016

Stocks rally for a second day. Euro Commission meets. Scots beg forgiveness. Stress tests. GE no longer a threat. Consumer spending up. Pending home sales down. Puerto Rico will default. Coke GMO in Vermont.

Plus, Mark Stapp, Director of the Real Estate Center at ASU.

Plus, Nancy Fleming from www.flemingfinancialservices.com

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Jun 28, 2016

Stocks bounce. Brexit will be a nasty divorce. UK credit cut. Eurobank fallout starts in Italy. US GDP revised higher. House prices higher. Save $20 billion at the pump. VW must pay. Sheraton in Cuba. Google antitrust.

Plus, Carl Ladas talks precious metals from www.americanfederal.com

And trade like a pro with Daniel Bustamante from www.longshortradio.com

More info at www.sinclairnoe.com

 

Jun 27, 2016

Global stocks pounded again. The pound pounded again. Euro banks look dangerous. World leaders’ remarks (as in “Really?). SCOTUS strikes down Texas abortion restrictions. Panama remodels its canal. Waldorf Astoria goes condo.

Plus, we start a new commodity reporrt with Terry Svedja, CEO of www.Decadian.com

Also, Steve Jurich from www.iqwealth.com

More info: www.sinclairnoe.com

Jun 24, 2016

A Post-Brexit World. UK votes Leave. Financial markets fall. What does it mean for the longer term? peter Cohan from Forbes.com with a look  at post-Brexit investment scenarios. Economist Tim James joins us from London with his observations. Carla Mozee, from www.marketwatch.com, reports from London with financial  market results. 

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Jun 23, 2016

Polls closed in Britain. Jobless claims down. New home sales down. Manufacturing PMI up. More renters and a possible shortfall of rentals. VW will pay $10B. SCOTUS on immigration and affirmative action. Solar planes and really, really fast electric cars.

Plus, Laura Bramnick from www.talkrealestate.com

And Steve Jurich from www.iqwealth.com

More info at www.sinclairnoe.com

 

Jun 22, 2016

Brexit vote manana. Yellen returns to Capitol Hill. Home sales up. The rent is too high. Puerto Rico sued before pending default. Tesla buys SolarCity. Innovation versus buybacks.

Plus, Daniel Bustamante from Landshark Analytics and www.longshortradio.com.

And Nancy Fleming from www.flemingfinancialservices.com

More info at www.sinclairnoe.com

Jun 21, 2016

Fed chair Yellen testifies on Capitol Hill. Brexit countdown and odds. Clash of Clans cashes in. Brazil’s biggest bankruptcy, say Oi. Drone rules. Drugs and doctors. PG&E to close Diablo Canyon. Plus, Nick Grovich from www.americanfederal.com. Also, Scott Woolley, author of "The Network".

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Jun 20, 2016

Countdown to Brexit. IEX new exchange. Yellen goes to Congress. Facebook shareholder meeting. GE Digital stands alone. China has more supercomputers. Ex-VW CEO under investigation. Costco switches. SCOTUS reject challenges to assault weapon ban. Congress rejects gun control proposals. SCOTUS stands behind RJR.

Plus, What You Need to Know about Basic Economics - Brexit.

Plus, Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth

More info at www.sinclairnoe.com

Jun 17, 2016

Brexit paused. Bullard goes dovish. Housing starts dip. Amazon automates.  Local Motors prints a bus and it drives away by itself. NASA flies an electric plane. The robot uprising gets off to a slow start. Also, Len Hayduchok talks about the national debt. Plus, Matt Hall, author of Odds On - The Making of An Evidence Based Investor.

More info at www.sinclairnoe.com

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