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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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Jan 6, 2017

December Jobs Report. Nonfarm payrolls gain 156k in December. Unemployment rate up to 4.7%. The Obama administration's job creation legacy. Wages increased. Why?

Analysis with Jeffrey Bartash from www.Marketwatch.com, Jordan Goodman from www.MoneyAnswers.com, and Mark Hamrick from www.Bankrate.com

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

 

Jan 5, 2017

ISM services at 12 month high. ADP private jobs 153k. Dissent between Fed staff economists and policymakers. Midnight rules. Trump Tweets Toyota. There’s an app for that. Gasolinoza flares in Mexico. CES Day 2. Craftsman sold. National Returns Day. Credit bureaus fined. Big corporate defaults on the rise. AI coming for jobs.

Also, Anthony Nieves, Chair of the Institute for Supply Management Non-Manufacturing Survey.

And Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth

more info at www.SinclairNoe.com

 

Jan 4, 2017

Immovable v. Unstoppable. FOMC minutes show Fed on track for 3 hikes. Mortgage apps slip. Obamacare first order of business. Auto sales record for 2016. Sears closing stores. Amazon the 800-pound gorilla of holiday shopping. Kohl’s, Macy sales dip. J&J halves hip award. Barclays trader pleads guilty to Forex rigging. US big banks on hook for Euro derivatives.

Also, Ken Tumin, editor of www.DepositAccounts.com 

And Nancy Fleming from www.FlemingFinancialServices.com

more info at www.SinclairNoe.com

 

Jan 3, 2017

Strong start for trading in the New Year. Technical and fundamental considerations. ISM manufacturing closes 2016 on high note. Construction spending at multi-year high. 115th Congress first order – let the fox guard the chicken coop and then flip flop. Ford folds in the face of bad optics. Samsung S8 might replace your computer. Space X countdown to Sunday. Fewer new drugs last year.  

Plus, Brad Holcomb, chair of the ISM Manufacturing Business Survey Committee with the December Manufacturing Report.

And a look at real estate with Jason Mitchell from www.MitchellGroupAZ.com

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

Jan 3, 2017

Featuring Terry Svedja from www.Decadian.com

Also, Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth

 

Dec 30, 2016

2016 Review

A recap of 2016. Highlights and lowlights. Tech wrap. In memoriam. Worst Bankster of the Year Award. The point of no return.

Plus, Ralph Mclaughlin, chief economist for www.Trulia.com

And Sheila Breen reports on the 109th Arizona Town Hall, www.AZTownHall.org

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

Dec 29, 2016

Russia sanctioned for hacks. Unemployment claims down. Trade deficit up. Sprint’s not-so-big job announcement. SEC in-house courts won’t fly. Alere has problems with Medicare billing. Sears continues a long, slow descent. Toshiba continues a fast, sharp descent. Airpods on backorder. Madrid minus cars. A tipping point for solar.

Also, Laura Bramnick from TalkRealEstateAZ.com

And Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

Dec 28, 2016

Stocks hit the wall. Holiday spending figures. Pending home sales drop. Russian sanctions possible. Lloyd’s considers moving out of London. Barclays fights. Qualcomm fined. Kate Spade wants to sell Kate Spade. Fines for fake news. Can Amazon Echo testify against you? Minimum wage hikes coming soon. Americans spend more on health care than any other country. Expats increasing.

Plus, Peter Cohan from Forbes.com

And Nancy Fleming from Fleming Financial Services

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

Dec 27, 2016

Breathing down on 20k. Holiday sales up; online leads the way. Why would you go to a mall? Consumer confidence climbs – maybe I should take the credit. Home prices up but the trend is unsustainable. World’s oldest bank on the brink. Toshiba flubs again. Panasonic and Tesla bring manufacturing jobs to Buffalo.

Also, a mortgage update with Joe Capitano.

Anthony Nieves and Brad Holcomb from the Institute for Supply Management with their semi-annual Economic Forecast.

And Jim Miller from JD Power with a look at bank satisfaction survey.

More info at www.SinclairNoe.com

Dec 27, 2016

Terry Svedja from www.Decadian.com

Also, Steve Jurich from IQ Wealth.

 

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