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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Jun 8, 2016

Major indices inch higher. ECB corporate bond buying kicks off. JOLTS report. World Bank cuts forecast. Dollar down, commodities up. The 800 pound gorilla. 154 more days.

Plus, another edition of "What You Need to Know About Basic Economics - GDP"

Plus, Nancy Fleming from Fleming Financial Services

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Jun 7, 2016

Markets are quiet, calm and overbought. Productivity lags, again. Credit growth hits a record. What will Draghi buy? Goldman investigated for Bank Secrecy Act. Valeant looks sick. Samsung has the next cool phone.

Plus, we''l talk precious metals with Nick Grovich from

Plus,  trading like a pro with Daniel Bustamante from Landshark Analytics and

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Jun 6, 2016

Yellen speaks and says nothing. Brits poll for Brexit. Saudis invest for non-oil future. SCOTUS rejects cases involving Glaxo, Google, and Ecuador. Zuckerberg’s password is dadada.

Plus Dr. George Hammond, research professor from University of Arizona will an economic  forecast for Tucson.

Also, Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth and

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Jun 3, 2016

38,000 Not a Typo

Friday Jobs Report comes in at 38,000 jobs for May and the unemployment rate drops to 4.7%. Everything you need to know about the report with in depth analysis from Sinclair Noe. Also Tony Nieves, chair of the Institute for Supply Management Non-Manufacturing survey. Also, Scott Pau, President of the Alliance for American Manufacturing. Also, Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst from

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Jun 2, 2016

S&P 2100. ECB 0%. OPEC no change. American death rate up. CFPB cracks down on payday usury. Wide-ranging billionaires. The rise of the drones. And patents galore.

Plus, Laura Bramnick  from And Steve Jurich from


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Jun 1, 2016

Manufacturing activity inches higher. Construction spending drops. Auto sales strong but could be better if they stop including exploding airbags. ECB and OPEC on tap tomorrow. Jobs report on Friday. Something doesn’t add up in the cloud. Dell tried to snooker shareholders. Cut the salt.

Plus Brad Holcomb, chair of the ISM Manufacturing Survey. Plus, Nancy Fleming from Fleming Financial Services.

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May 31, 2016

Consumers spending more but not getting more; confidence wavers. 1Q earnings reporting season closes with another decline. Fed considers a hike. Brits consider a Brexit. A strike finally works. Also,we'll look at the  precious metals  markets  with Nick Grovich of Then, trade like a pro with Daniel Bustamante of


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May 31, 2016

Memorial Day edition fo the Financial Review includes an encore broadcast of recent interview with Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth. 

May 27, 2016

1Q GDP revised up to 0.8%; economy slogs along. Yellen hawkish, with an oops. Why G7? Why Sears? Philips turns out the lights. ACLU-MSFT tag team for 4th Amendment. Obama in Hiroshima.

Plus Ryan Dunn from the Hamilton Project on what did and did not work to aid recovery from the Great Recession.

Also, SC Moatti, author of "Mobilized: An Insiders Guide to the Business and Future of Connected Technology"

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May 26, 2016

Pending home sales increase, durable goods orders increase, jobless claims decrease. Google beats Oracle and retains dominion over the Android kingdom. Microsoft and Facebook lay cable. The French protest. American Airlines doth protest too much. Takata? Why?  ... Plus, we'll talk real estate with Laura Bramnick from Later, Steve  Jurich from


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