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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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Oct 7, 2016

September Jobs Report

156,000 new jobs in September. Unemployment rate up 0.1% to 5%. U-6 rate 9.7%. Labor force participation rate up 0.1% to 62.9%. Hourly wages up 0.2%.

Plus analysis with Scott Paul, President of the Alliance for American Manufacturing; Economist Dr. Lee McPheters from ASU; Mark Hamrick, Senior Financial Analyst with Bankrate.com.

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Oct 6, 2016

Unemployment benefits drop – why? Layoffs up. Freelance nation. Hurricane Matthew heads for Florida. Will anyone buy Twitter. Wal-Mart invests in e-commerce. Mylan overcharged. Theranos can’t pass the test. Deutsche Bank – still no deal. Samsung replacement phone catches fire. Airplane emissions. Uber offers free rides to the train.

Also, Laura Bramnick from www.TalkRealEstateAZ.com

And Steve Jurich from www.IQWealth.com

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Oct 5, 2016

ISM pops. ADP private jobs slip. Trade deficit inches up. Happy holiday sales forecast. IMF warns global banking system is too weak to recover. Paris Climate Accord ratified. Hurricane Matthew moves to US coast. ECB to taper. SCOTUS on insider trading. Fidelity’s conflict of interest. Sears sells the tools. Google goes for hardware with an AI assist.

Also, Anthony Nieves from ISM

Also, Nancy Fleming from Fleming Financial

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Sep 30, 2016

3Q recap. Deutsche Bank hits lows – and then a rumor of a cheap settlement with DOJ. Euro banks still look ugly and DB is one of the worst. Consumer sentiment up. Consumer spending down. EU approves Paris Climate Accord – it’s a done deal. Yellen says Fed might start buying corporate bonds and stocks (vintage wine and baseball cards?)

Also, Mark Stapp from ASU on real estate.

And David Scranton, author of new boook, Return on Principle.

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Sep 29, 2016

GDP revised higher; biz investment up, consumers spend; profits down again. Pending home sales down; inventory tight. Sick leave for gov contractors. Wells Fargo also screws over the military. Wells CEO goes to Washington, takes personal responsibility and blames low level employees. Deutsche Bank situation very fragile. Och-Ziff makes money the old fashioned way – bribery. An artificial pancreas. Paris Auto Show is electric.

Also, Laura Bramnick from www.TalkRealEstateAZ.com

And Steve Jurich from www.IQWealth.com

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

 

Sep 28, 2016

OPEC might cut output, kinda, sorta. Congress overrides veto to sue Saudis. Senate approves CR funding. Janet Yellen testifies. Wells Fargo claws back a pittance. California cuts ties to Wells. The Arizona Republic is with Hillary. Durable goods flat. ABInBev’s global domination of beer. RBS fined. No rescue plan for Deutsche Bank. Tyson chicken nuggets now fortified with plastic. The inevitable end of the crackberry.

Plus, Nancy fleming from www.FlemingFinancialServices.com

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Sep 27, 2016

The Ubiquitous debate. Register to vote before the government shuts down. Iran won’t freeze. WTO slashes global growth forecast. Growth cools for existing home sales. Consumer confidence is high (taken before the debate). Amex forbids merchants to recommend lower price alternatives. Clean Power Plan goes to court. Elon Musk is my favorite Martian.

Also a precious metals update with Nick Grovich from www.AmericanFederal.com

And Daniel Bustamante from www.LongShortRadio.com

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Sep 26, 2016

Oil prices on the table in Algiers. BOJ looks at less than zero. The biggest risk – China. New home sales drop. Deutsche Bank stumbles badly. Wells Fargo Round Two. Mylan skips over inversion. Takata looks to BK. Traffic HERE.

 

Also Terry Svedja on commodity investing www.Decadian.com

And Steve Jurich from www.IQWealth.com

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Sep 23, 2016

OPEC meets in Algiers next week. No deals. Banks must scale back betting on commodities. Yahoo breach biggest ever (so far). France passes Germany. Marriott achieves global dominance over hotels. UPS trucks can’t go everywhere. Twitter pops on rumor – how appropriate. For profit college sucks. Why you paid for bonuses at Wells Fargo. Hottest-ever August.

Also, Nick Buffie from www.CEFP.net makes the case for a weak labor market.

Interview with Mike King, author of A Spirit of Charity - Restoring the Bond between America and Its Public Hospitals.

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Sep 22, 2016

Fed stands pat; traders don their rally hats. Home sales down. The LEI’s a drag. Wall Street needs a long lead for Brexit. Yahoo’s big hack. Hanjin’s happy. Zuckerberg wants to live to be really old. We’re number 28! Budget countdown. Wells Fargo and life lessons on personal responsibility.

Also, Laura Bramnick from www.TalkRealEstateAZ.com

And Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth.

 

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