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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: October, 2016
Oct 31, 2016

Merger Monday: GE Oil-Baker Hughes, CenturyLink – Level 3, Blackstone-TeamHealth. On the hitter’s deck; Draftkings-FanDuel, Brocade, Broadcom. Consumers spend more, save less. Fed FOMC Wednesday; Jobs report Friday. Bond markets are rattled. OPEC and non-OPEC can’t agree on output cuts (shocking!). Moodys includes climate change in bond ratings. Happy Halloween.

Plus, Terry Svedja from www.Decadian.com

Plus Steve Jurich ffrom www.IQWealth.com

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

 

Oct 28, 2016

Clinton emails hit trading. 3Q GDP 2.9%. October was a little bad for stocks and bonds but great for M&A. Google Fiber on pause. Exxon just lost 4.6 barrels of in-ground reserves. Earnings pull out of a long decline.  

Plus, Leigh Purvis from AARP on Medicare open enrollment.

Plus, Economics Professor Alexander Bick from ASU with new data on who works more, Europe or the USA.

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

Oct 27, 2016

A bad month for bonds. Qualcomm buys NXP. Alphabet/Google beats. Amazon misses. Deutsche Bank posts profit and angst. Wallonia relents. UK GDP grows. Durable goods orders fall. ZTO IPO thud. Exxon must turn over documents on climate change. The forecast for winter – warm and dry.

 

Plus, Laura Bramnick from www.TalkRealEstateAZ.com

And Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

 

Oct 26, 2016

A deluge of earnings reports. The end of Google Fiber? New home sales up, inventories tight. Trade deficit declines. NATO flexes muscle. Microsoft wants to be cool. Watson aims at ubiquity. Friends don’t tag friends on Facebook.

Also, David Radley from Commonwealth Fund on healthcare costs.

And Nancy Fleming from www.FrlemingFinancialServices.com

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

Oct 25, 2016

Earnings season heats up. Apple is weak. VW reaches a settlement. Takata heads to BK. Driverless beer. Home prices rise, inventories are tight. Consumer confidence drops. Obamacare premiums will jump. Renewable energy installations pass fossil fuel.

Plus, we look at mortgages with Joe Capitano from www.Joeloans.com

And Tom Rex from ASU with a preview of the Arizona Town Hall.

More info at www.sinclairnoe.com

Oct 24, 2016

AT&T-Time Warner; TD Ameritrade-Scottrade; Rockwell Collins-BE Aerospace; HNA Group-Hilton Worldwide/Blackstone; Genworth-China Oceanwide Holdings; American Midstream-JP Energy. Whew! Visa beats. T-Mobile beats. Busy week for earnings, including the A+ list (Apple, Alphabet, Amazon) plus car companies (new and old). Goldman cuts outlook for S&P earnings. Support holds for now.

Plus, Terry Svedja from www.Decadian.com

And Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

Oct 21, 2016

Wall Street up for the week. Gas cost more than a year ago. Big Tobacco gets bigger. Earnings: McDonalds, GE, Honeywell, etc. Fake Apples. Internet attack. Wallonia?

Also, Frank Lalli, author of "Your Best Healthcare Now"

And Timothy Sandefur, author of "The Permission Society"

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

 

Oct 20, 2016

Jobless claims up. Existing home sales up. Housing market in a sweet spot. AZ unemployment drops to 5.5%. ECB stands pat. Wells Fargo criminal investigation for I.D. theft. WFC had targets. A new WSJ? Qualcomm/NXP? AT&T/Time Warner? Earnings news: Microsoft all-time high. We stopped eating donuts for the election. Nasty stuff.

Plus, Laura Bramnick from www.TalkRealEstateAZ.com

And Steve Jruich from www.IQWealth.com

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

 

Oct 19, 2016

Beige Book moderately optimistic, except Houston. Building starts down, mainly apartments. Saudi Arabia issues debt. China’s 3Q GDP 6.7%, again. Earnings: Intel beats but forecast misses, Morgan Stanley beats, Yahoo beats, Halliburton posts a penny, Amex misses Costco. Google all-time high. New Macs? Don’t pay for delayed luggage. Americans work more. Arizona turning blue.

 

Also, ag investing with Dax Cooke from www.FarmFolio.net

Also, Nancy Fleming from www.FlemingFinancialServices.com

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

 

Oct 19, 2016

Inflation creeps forward. The Fed an inflation. Social Security benefits will increase 0.3% - don’t spend it all in one place. First time home buyers actually exist. Netflix crushes earnings. IBM, Goldman Sachs, United Health, and J&J beat. Fund managers go to cash.

Plus, Joe Capitano from www.JoeLoans.com

And Mark Leibovit frowm www.VRTrader.com

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

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