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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May 19, 2017

Stocks bounce today but down for the week amid the noise and hast. Oil tops $50. Brazil’s faces more corruption problems. AT&T weekend strike. Fiat-Chrysler and VW work on diesel scam fix. Student loan debt collection wasted. Americans don’t have a cash cushion. We know where the money is hiding.

Plus, what you need to know about Medicare with Kim Lankford from

Plus, Jesse Brown, author of the Canadaland Guide to Canada.

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May 18, 2017

The panic passes. Washington settles in for a long slog. Wall Street reassess risk. Brazil bribery probe. Walmart shows retailers still alive. Alibaba buy back. Happy B’day FB. Net neutrality dies.

Plus, Sarah Berger, the Cashlorette from

Also, Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth.

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May 17, 2017

Wall Street finally freaks. Trump agenda in doubt. Americans rack up $12.7 trillion in debt. Earnings updates. Google I/O; the machines are learning to learn.

Plus, Jonathan Furman from Furman Transformations.

And Nancy Fleming, CFP, from Fleming Financial Services

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May 16, 2017

Record high for Nasdaq. Markets look past White House dysfunction. Tech and everything else. China is a worry. Housing starts tick down. Industrial production picks up. Ford – job cuts are number one. Home Depot beats on earnings but the rest of retail sucks. Cyber-attack blame game. Pirates of the box office.

Plus, retail bankruptcies with Corali Lopez-Castro from Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton.

And we dig deep on reverse mortgages with Rob Kanyur from Fairway Mortgage.

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May 15, 2017

Record highs for S&P and Nasdaq. Surviving Wannacry. Oil pops. OPEC may extend cuts. Saudis may invest in US infrastructure. Homebuilder confidence high. Thermo Fisher buys Patheon. Moody’s buys Bureau van Dijk. Amazon IPO 20th anniversary. Who will they crush next? Waymo beats Uber in court, then teams up with Lyft. Philly sues Wells Fargo.

Plus, Peter Cohan, author of “Disciplined Growth Strategies”

And Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth

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May 12, 2017

China trade deal. GE like Nafta. CPI up. Inventories down. Consumer sentiment: bad now but it’ll get better. Consumers consuming, but not at JC Penney. Amazon is the 800 pound gorilla. Wells Fargo, worse than we thought. Worldwide cyber-attack. Do not click. Jeff Session declares war on drugs, again.

Plus, USA Today tech editor Rob Pegararo on how to cut your cable.

Univ. of Arizona economics professor George Hammond with an economic outlook

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May 11, 2017

More Shoes. PPI jumps. Unemployment claims shrink. Ugly day for retail. Waiting for more shoes to drop following Comey firing. Dudley warns against protectionism. Banks are starting to fail, again.

Plus, Dan Hunting, Senior Policy Analyst with the Morrison Institute at ASU on finding and keeping Teachers for AZ classrooms.

Plus, Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth.

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May 10, 2017

Comey firing offers minor distraction on Wall Street. IMF concerned about growing corporate debt, warns of swift repricing. Senate sticks with limits on methane emissions. Oil prices pop on lower inventories. Aetna exits ACA exchanges. Tesla launches Solar Roofs. Sears’ Lampert confirms he is clueless. Snap snapped. Whole Foods reshuffled.

Plus, a look at the front line of health care with Dr. Rachel Pearson, author of "No Apparent Distress".

Also, Nancy Fleming from Fleming Financial.

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May 9, 2017

Comey fired. All calm on the Wall Street front – too calm. Fedspeak: some economic indicators are flashing yellow; beware Fannie and Freddie. New Moon rising in South Korea. Earnings update. Spirit in a fight with pilots and customers.

Plus, Dana Kennedy, state director of AARP updates us on healthcare reforms.

And Rob Kanyur, talks reverse mortgages.

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May 8, 2017

French election goes as predicted. Markets snooze. Global banks Brexit London. Phoenix housing market tight inventory. Housing ATM again. Straight Path to $3.1 billion. Coaching Kate Spade. Tyson overcooked. Sinclair buys Trib. Amazon’s Alexa rules. Ackman pimps HHC at Sohn. The Warren and Charlie Show. Do not live in Kentucky.

Plus, Donna Rosatao from Consumer Reports on a new study of medical bankruptcy under ACA.

And Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth

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