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Wondering What Stocks Are Going To Do? Watch The Greenback

Last week, I wrote about the deteriorating employment picture. This week, investors received additional evidence that the “job growth is solid” crowd is inattentive. Consider the Federal Reserve’s own Labor Market Conditions Index (LMCI) – a dynamic factor model that...
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