by Jeff Miller, A Dash of Insight
We face a modest week for economic data. While equity markets remain open, bonds will not trade on Monday (Columbus Day). Yom Kippur begins Tuesday at sundown and extends through the next day. The punditry, fueled by recent revelations as well as Sunday’s debate, will pounce on the election news. With the official start of earnings season on Tuesday and important reports by the end of the week, perhaps we can hope to see a serious market discussion before the week ends. I expect the punditry (eventually) to be asking,
Is the earnings recession over?