Market Week: June 22, 2015

The markets responded favorably following the Federal Reserve’s announcement that interest rates would not be raised next month.

Market Week: June 15, 2015

Reports from this past week revealed that the number of job openings is increasing, and the federal deficit and crude oil inventories are shrinking, while consumers are spending more of their hard-earned money.

Market Week: June 8, 2015

The Federal Reserve may be on track to raise short-term interest rates later this year, as a favorable jobs report may be signaling the start of anticipated economic growth and inflationary expansion.

Market Week: June 1, 2015

After experiencing positive gains the past few weeks, the short holiday week closed with all the major indexes experiencing losses.

Market Week: May 26, 2015

Equities were very much a mixed bag last week, as trading was generally quiet ahead of the Memorial Day weekend.

Market Week: May 18, 2015

Despite drops in consumer confidence, import and export prices, crude oil inventories, and producer prices, the stock market rallied at the end of the week to post positive gains across the board led by the S&P 500, which closed at an all-time high.

Market Week: April 13, 2015

Despite a weaker-than-expected jobs report released on Good Friday, a day when markets were closed, last week proved to be a positive one for stocks.

Market Week: April 6, 2015

The Russell 2000 continued to be more resilient than its domestic large-cap brethren, which ended the week little changed.

Market Week: March 30, 2015

An uptick in equities on Friday couldn’t overcome the four-day downdraft across the board that preceded it.