MONDAY: Earnings are now coming to a trickle and there’s little to move markets other than economic data and FOMC members. The week looks like it will get started on a mildly lower bias, continuing the lack of conviction of the past few weeks.
TUESDAY: Markets may move higher today, but for all intents and purposes, volatility is still on its summer vacation
WEDNESDAY: It looks like another flat morning as yesterday’s brief gains evaporated.
THURSDAY: Oil has taken over markets the past couple of days, but for the next two, it may be a focus on whatever is said and overheard in Jackson Hole
FRIDAY:. Today’s GDP will almost certainly be over shadowed by Janet Yellen speaking from Jackson Hole, as the market is treading water in the futures trading and trending lower for the week.
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