For the week ending Friday (August 5th), U.S. stocks ended up higher while the picture globally was mixed.
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Following the news out of Europe this morning, that British citizens voted for the United Kingdom (UK) to exit the European Union (EU), we thought it would be prudent to share some of our preliminary views on the event and the likely implications for your Investment Portfolios.
Perhaps the weakest links in the family security chain are the younger family members. The rise of social media as a gateway for children’s interaction with the world presents a substantial risk for families who otherwise try to keep a low profile. By posting details of their whereabouts, activities and plans, family members can inadvertently compromise their family’s security.
It was rumored again in recent months that the Federal Reserve might use June as another jumping off point for a 2nd rate hike, but it was again not to be. With the poor employment situation report for May and tight polling for the upcoming ‘Brexit’ vote in the U.K.
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You've worked hard to save for retirement. Now you're ready to turn your savings into a paycheck. But how much can you afford to spend in the first year of retirement?
U.S. stocks inched upward a fraction of a percent last week, despite negative sentiment caused by a more hawkish Fed stance towards raising interest rates implied by its April meeting minutes released during the week. Lackluster manufacturing data was offset partly by better-than-expected housing numbers.