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Financial and Economic Brief - May 20th, 2015

• Extending Trade between Russia and China - Russia and China signed new trade deals furthering Chinese lending to Russian firms by $25 billion over 3 years.

• Housing Market Improvement - This week the National Association of Homebuilders puts out its index of home builder sentiment.

• Greece Expects Agreement this Month - Greece will pay wages and pensions in May but needs an agreement with creditors by the end of the month or it may fall into bankruptcy.

Financial and Economic Brief - May 13th, 2015

• April Jobs Report Strong - After a low number in March, the U.S. added 223,000 jobs in April.

• China Opening to Wall Street Firms - After years of restricting foreign investment banks, China may start allowing Wall Street firms more access to its securities market.

• Oil Falls - After dropping 1.6% last week, oil fell 30 cents toward $65 a barrel after signs that U.S. shale oil production was recovering.

Financial and Economic Brief - May 6th, 2015

• Greeks Still Out of Work - Signs of the continuing economic woes are anticipated in Wednesday’s jobless numbers.

• U.S Economy: Changing Course? - The first quarter of 2015 has shown flat growth for the U.S. economy as seen in the unpredictable stock market.

• Oil Rises To High - Oil rose 39 cents to a 2015 high of $67 a barrel, reinforced by hopes that the oversupply will ease.

Financial and Economic Brief - April 29th, 2015

• Threat of New Recession - The threat of recession and falling tax revenues are pressuring the Greek government to “strike a deal” with its creditors this week.

• Nasdaq: Then and Now - After 15 years, the Nasdaq index finally completed its “boom-bust-boom journey.”

Financial and Economic Brief - April 22nd, 2015

• China’s Stimulus Announced - The People's Bank of China announced that is lowering the amount of cash that large banks must keep on reserve by 1% to 18.5%.

• Hedge Funds Optimistic - Hedge fund managers increased their net-long position in West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude by 9%, the highest in the last 8 months.

• Greek Talks Moving Slowly - Greece, its euro zone partners and the IMF have been in talks for a long time over the reforms required to “unlock” the remaining bailout funds for Greece.