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Daily Market Movers
The following news stories, economic reports, and statistical tables are selected and compiled by founder John F. Gallwas, who has been an active participant in the financial service industry since January of 1958.
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Sunday
WS: China and the U.S. inched toward a broad agreement aimed at defusing their market-rattling trade tensions, with top negotiators agreeing to further talks next week in Washington after a weeklong session in Beijing.
Economic Reports for the Week ending Friday February 22, 2019
Mon: President's Day - Some markets are closed  
Tue: 10:00 Feb NAHB Housing Index (C) est 59 vs 58  
Wed: 07:00 MBA Mortgage Index (2/16 ____ vs -3.7%
14:00 Jan FOMC Minutes  
Thur: 08:30 Initial Claims (2/16) est 225K vs 239K
08:30 Dec Durable Goods Orders (C+) est +1.3% vs +0.8%
08:30 Feb Philadelphia Fed (B) est 12 vs 17
10:00 Jan Existing Home Sales (C) est 5.05M vs 4.99M
10:00 Jan Leading Indicators (C) est +0.1% vs -0.15  
Fri: No scheduled economic reports  
We do not guarantee accuracy of any of the data on this page. If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact William Gallwas or call 800-669-8838



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