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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Sep 16, 2016

Waiting on the Fed. Rent is too high. Drugs are too expensive. CPI up. Sentiment flat. Net worth increases. AZ unemployment rate down. New iPhones. Exploding Galaxies. Deutsche Bank haggles for justice. ExxonMobil’s oil is worth the same today as 2 years ago. Wells Fargo loses billions in market cap, and something more important.

Also, Greg Mcbride, chief financial analyst with

And Sam Polk, author of For  the Love of Money.

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Sep 15, 2016

Economic data: producer price flat, retail sales down, current account deficit down, industrial production down. BoE stands pat; SNB too. The 8th anniversary of the Lehman Brothers collapse.

Also, Laura Bramnick from

And Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth with estate planing attorney Richard Dwornik.

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Sep 14, 2016

Edging lower. Monsanto/Bayer a big deal. Import prices fell. Census data on poverty, medical care, and inequality. Techies want real news. Autonomous shopping carts. Ford to Mexico. Uber minus Uber drivers. SpaceX minus a launch pad. Shipping minus customers. Apple’s back. Wells Fargo under investigation.

Also, Lew Weiss talks manufacturing.

Nancy Fleming looks at Social Security and Medicare.

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Sep 13, 2016

Down again. Market turbulence begets volatility. Oil falls; IEA says no equilibrium. Bolt will beat Tesla to market. Soar growth. Solar showdown in Nevada. Freeport-McMoRan exits Gulf of Mexico. Fewer in poverty. Small biz worried about election. Hanjin docks in LA. Wells Fargo – bandits inside the stagecoach.

Also, a precious metals update with Nick Grovich from

And Daniel Bustamante from

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Sep 12, 2016

After Friday’s meltdown, more jawboning from Fed policymakers and an olive branch from Brainard spikes the market. Agrium and Potash deal. Linde and Praxair end deal. Samsung sells printers, and recalls phones. Tesla’s new autopilot. Time goes digital. Sanofi and Verily fight diabetes. Bezos blasts off. Hanjin ghost ships.

Also, Terry Svedja talks commodity investing from

And Steve jurich for IQ Wealth.


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Sep 9, 2016

We Got Your Volatility Right Here. Markets take a hit, finally. Fed’s Rosengren turns hawkish. September hike back on the table. North Korea plays with nukes. Hanjin sinks lower. Wholesale inventories flat, sales down. Galaxy Note 7 on no fly list. Wake up the regulators - Wells Fargo has a big problem.

Also, Roth v Traditional IRA? We talk with David Brown from U of A.

And Tim Smith, author of Pricing Done Right.

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Sep 8, 2016

ECB stands pat. Phoenix real estate: inventories up. Oil prices: inventories down. Mario goes mobile. PlayStation Slim. More M&A. Flying burritos. BAML thinks we’re in the matrix.

Also, we talk real estate with Laura Bramnick from

Also, Steve Jurich from IQWealth

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Sep 7, 2016

Sleepwalking Higher. Stocks hit highs. More job openings. Beige remains modest. Fed still jawbones. Apple Event Day, whoopee. Hanjin dead to irons. Ackman’s big burrito. Apache’s big find. Mylan’s big price gouge bites back. HSBC violates parole. Goldman’s political games.

Also, Dax Cooke, CEO of Farm Folio.

And Nancy Fleming, from Fleming Financial Services.

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Sep 6, 2016

Merger mania includes: Bayer/Monsanto, GE/3-D, VW/Navistar, Enbridge/Spectra, EOG/Yates, Danaher/Cepheid, Navidea/Cardinal, Avolon/CIT, Icahn/Federal-Mogul. MC gets friendly with PayPal. ISM services report stinks. Congress returns to DC. Hanjin Chapter 15. ITT goes belly up. Fox News pays up. Mylan class action. Apple does something tomorrow.

Plus, precious metals uppdate with Nick Grovich from American Federal

And learn to trade with Daniel Bustamante from Long Short Radio.

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Sep 2, 2016

Decent August Jobs Report. The economy added 151,000 job. The unemployment rate holds at 4.9%.

In depth analysis with Jeff Kravetz from US Bank, Dr. Lee Mcpheters from ASU, and Mark Hamrick from


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