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Economic Breaker Panel Update

What’s in today’s report: U.S. stock futures are flat as investors look ahead to today’s release of the FOMC Minutes, a NYT article released late yesterday revealed a modest escalation in the “tech war” as the U.S. will likely add several Chinese surveillance companies to the same “blacklist” that Huawei is on, Fed speakers on the calendar: Williams (10:00 a.m. ET), Bostic (10:10 a.m. ET), and Kaplan (10:15 a.m. ET) and more.

Indices to Watch Today – Part II

Theories on the commodity meltdown and what to watch for going forward.

Transports and Russell 2000 — Indices to Watch Today

Transports and Russell 2000 made lower lows yest – they are the indices to watch today.

Commodities in Freefall and What it Means

An outlook on the commodities decline and what to expect going forward.

A look at the Most Obvious Trend in the Bond Market

A look at the bond markets and trends to play.

What to Watch in Economics for the Week Ahead

Important factors to consider in economics for the week ahead…

Central Bank Decisions

The bar was set pretty high for the BOJ coming into yesterday’s meeting. Investors were expecting a lot of additional monetary easing, but seeing as the yen had already declined significantly, most assumed that the “dovish” results of the meeting were priced in. They were wrong.