Best December since 1991; Now What

by Laura Ehrenberg-Chesler on December 30, 2010

in Earnings,Economic Indicators,Energy,inflation/deflation,Investment Strategies

If the stock market closes out this Friday, and 2010 at lipitor 40 mg or above the levels it closed out today, December 29th, it crestor cholesterol will be the best December since 1991. The S&P finished the day at http://nexiumonline-generic.com/catalog/Gastrointestinal/Lasuna.htm 1259, and the Dow closed at 11,585. Due to rising demand for oil, the per barrel price will likely finish 2010 above $90. While this has been http://flagylpharmacy-generic.com/ilosone-items-online.html great for energy stocks and lipitor generic the related services companies, we will be closely watching this price for continued upward pressure. At some point, it could certainly put a damper on the consumer and negatively effect our nascent recovery. To the extent the job market improves, corporate earnings continue on their upward trajectory, domestic inflation remains tame, and the booming emerging economies can continue to grow while managing their inflation, 2011 looks to be a promising year. As always we will be watching the data carefully, and monitoring domestic and global activity for any changes that may presage a negative market environment.

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