• Further signs of an accelerating synchronized economic recovery

    We continue to be impressed by the incoming economic data, which is consistent with a broad-based economic recovery.

  • May mythology

    In seven trading sessions following the date of this report, investors will be bombarded with articles talking about selling in May as we enter what for years has been touted as the stock market’s weakest six months of the year.

  • Coronavirus and the municipal bond market: One year later

    Exactly 12 months ago, in the depths of the worst public health crisis in at least a generation and in the tail end of the worst financial crisis in a decade, we published a note titled Coronavirus and the Municipal Bond Market.

  • Look beyond the obvious

    It would be reasonable to think economic growth would parallel stock market movement closely, but data show this is not necessarily true. The correlation between stock returns and economic growth not infrequently is negative.

  • Economic readings accelerate, which supports the earnings outlook

    Stocks made new highs again last week, with the S&P 500 Index up 1.4%. Incoming economic readings continue to show an accelerating economy supported by reopenings, vaccines, and massive government stimulus.

  • Evidence of strong economic rebound continues to mount

    Stocks continue to make new highs, with the S&P 500 Index up 2.7% last week, as economic readings continue to show an accelerating economy supported by reopenings, vaccines, and massive government stimulus.

  • Investment Perspectives: A constructive outlook, Modern Monetary Theory, and April's bias

    Janney's analysts discuss inflation and stock trends.

  • Podcast: Fixed income and equity markets update

    Janney's analysts discuss the global pandemic's impact on the economy.

  • Job market healing while surveys suggest synchronized global expansion

    Stocks remain well supported, with the S&P 500 Index crossing 4,000 for the first time last week, as the incoming data show an accelerating economy with the reopenings, supported by vaccines and massive stimulus.

  • Biden unveils his ambitious infrastructure plan

    After recent passage of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan designed for pandemic relief, President Biden has now turned attention to his infrastructure plan.

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