Canada Jobs Bounce Back, Global Markets Remain Choppy

The choppy, back and forth trading across asset classes, which has been the main theme of the week so far, has continued overnight and into this morning. US index futures are up 1.0% to 1.3%, clawing back yesterday’s US index

Ukraine and Iran Situations Continue to Influence Trading

With a long weekend approaching in the US and Canada, trading has been choppy across world markets. US index future have stabilized and bounced back slightly with morning gains of 0.2%-0.3% coming off of yesterday’s US index losses of 1.8%-2.8%.

Stocks Pause Amid China Trade Disappointment and Political Discussions

Friday’s US stock market rally which saw the Dow climb 0.5% and the NASDAQ soar 1.5% on a Goldilocks employment report (strong enough to indicate the recovery continues but not strong enough to force the Fed to cut stimulus) appears

Oil Bounces Back as Indices Consolidate Recent Gains

Stock markets around the world have been mixed again overnight as investors digest Monday’s 1.1%-1.6% surges by US indices and new all-time highs for the Dow and the S&P 500. This morning finds US index futures flat to down 0.1%.