Sunday, July 19, 2015

Charting Last Week (7/13 - 7/17/15)

The Daily Leading Index decreased by 0.53% percentage points to 4.05%. The Daily Coincident Index is at 3.51%. The Daily Leading Index page on the tab above is updated daily during the week.
Stock prices were up for the week.  The Nasdaq 100 was up 5.5% for the week led by Google which was up 16% on Friday after posting strong earnings. This was an increase of $65 billion in market cap, the largest one day dollar change in history. The $65 billion gain in market cap is bigger than the valuations of over 400 companies in the S&P 500. The Fed Funds futures are implying a 57% chance of a rate hike by December with an implied rate of 0.42% (up from a 50% chance last week and an implied rate of 0.38%) according to data compiled from CME Group's FedWatch tool. The charts below show the normal trading ranges for various indices for the last six months. The red (or green) area indicates 2-3 standard deviations above (or below) the normal 21 day trading range. The gray area indicates 1-2 standard deviations above (or below) the normal 21 day trading range.
The Leading Indicator for International Developed Markets (EFA) is at 2.34% and is 0.08% percentage points lower than last month. The Leading Indicator for International Emerging Markets (EEM) fell to 3.13%. On the chart below, you can click on the blue and red buttons to see the Leading Indicator growth rate and an ETF for each country.
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