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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Jul 15, 2016

Progress Not Perfection. Another record, by a hair. Inflation in a disinflationary world. Retail sales up. Industrial production up. Sentiment down. Earnings recession. Herbalife not quite a Ponzi scheme. BP pays. Sheep level view.

Also, Professor David Welsh from ASU on the ethical dark side of goal setting.

And, Antonio Garcia Martinez, author of Chaos Monkeys.

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Jul 14, 2016

Hat Trick, Record high close. Band of England no change. Earnings reporting season. PPI up. Unemployment claims unchanged. New home sales up. Line Corp IPO. Google antitrust in EU. FCC opens up a 5G world.

Also, an update on new home sales with Laura Bramnick form

And Steve Jurich form IQ Wealth.

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Jul 13, 2016

More record highs on Wall Street. Import goods inch up. Budget deficit grows as corps pay less. Beige Book, meh. Oil gluts return. May new PM. PC sales grow. New GM loses shield of Old GM. Something new under the sun – Mas Blue.

Plus, Anne Kates Smith, Second Half Market update, from

Also, CFP Nancy Fleming from

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Jul 12, 2016

Milk and Cookies

Record high close for Dow industrials and S&P 500. It’s raining yen. BOE plans rate cuts. Global stocks erase losses. IMF says Brexit impact is negligible on US. Inventories barely rose. Job openings lower. Small biz sentiment up again. EU-US Privacy Shield is big deal for big data. The Hague rules against China. Happy Prime Day.

Also, precious metals with Nick Grovich from

And Daniel Bustamante from

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Jul 11, 2016

S&P 500 hits a record high as earnings season kicks off. AA example. Good luck, you’ll need it. Oil hits 2 month low. Prime Minister May in UK. Turnbull down under. Abenomics revisited. UFC sold peacefully. Thomson Reuters IP & Science sold smartly. Prime Day cometh. Celebrate with a Slurpee or chicken (your call).

Plus, commodity investing with Terry Svedja from

Also, Steve Jurich from

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Jul 8, 2016

June Jobs Report. 287,000 new jobs in June. Unemployment rate up to 4.9%. Smoothing out the numbers. Wages inch higher. The impact of minimum wage. The need for job training.

Lus analysis with Jeffrey Bartash from Also, Dr. Lee McPheters from ASU, and John Ladd from the Department of Labor. 

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Jul 7, 2016

Bond yields hit all-time low. Mortgage activity jumps. Banks clobbered this year. Italian banks duramente colpite, with no bailouts allowed. Danone buys WhiteWave. Avast buys AVG. If you buy anything at Wendy’s, use cash. Boeing pays late. Flights to Cuba or London. And a faster way through TSA?

Plus, we talk commercial real estate with Laura Bramnick from

Also, Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth

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Jul 6, 2016

Fed minutes mixed with a hint of dovishness. Trade deficit grows on stronger dollar. ISM service side up. UK RE funds halt redemptions. Keep calm and move to Berlin or Paris. Gold up. Medivation on the block. PBGC and Central States Pension going broke. Messi messed up but misses another penalty.

Plus, Daniel Bustamante with

Plus, Nancy Fleming from

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Jul 5, 2016

US Treasuries hit new lows. Pound at 30 year low. Factory orders and durable goods orders dip. Home prices – more of the same. UK RE funds freeze. Italian banks go sour. USA the oiliest. Juno goes Jovian. Google DeepMind wants to see your eyes. Three more Libor convictions.

Plus, precious metal report with Nick Grovich from

Plus, commodities investing with Terry Svedja from

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Jul 1, 2016

Puerto Rico defaults. Manufacturing picks up. Construction spending drops. Robo-car’s first fatality. Airbag recall, seriously. Road tripping on the Interstate Highway System; thanks Ike.

Also, Bradley holcomb, Chair of the Institute for Supply Management with the Manufacturing Survey.

Also, Jordan Goodman from

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