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Camelback Wealth Consultants is an independent, full service firm dedicated to helping improve your financial freedom. Our advisors are affiliated with one of the most respected independent broker-dealers in the industry and are truly objective in the advice and products we offer our clients. You may not have the time, desire, or expertise to properly plan and manage certain financial aspects of your life. At Camelback Wealth Consultants, we strive to provide exceptional service and to make a difference in the lives of our clients.

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Camelback Wealth Consultants, LLC

2198 E. Camelback Road
Suite 315
Phoenix, AZ 85016
ph: 602.296.7222
fax: 602.296.7135
mherding@cambridgesecure.com

News

Financial and Economic Brief - Aug. 17th, 2016

• Retail Sales Level - US retail sales flat in July vs. 0.4% increase expected

• There's no place like home - Americans still love spending on their homes

• Global Stocks Up - Global stocks edge higher as markets await U.S. economic data

Financial and Economic Brief - Aug. 3rd, 2016

• Faster Hikes Than Expected? - New York Fed President Dudley says Federal Reserve may hike interest rates faster than the market expects

• Economic Growth below Expectations - Spring slump: U.S. economy only grows 1.2%

• Oil Falls 20% since June - Oil slides after biggest monthly loss in year as U.S. adds rigs

Financial and Economic Brief - Jul. 27th, 2016

• Jobless Claims Fall - US weekly jobless claims total 253,000 vs 265,000 estimate

• Emerging Markets Hot - 'Stampede' of cash rushing into emerging markets

• Verizon to Acquire Yahoo - Verizon is winner in Yahoo sale with $4.8B bid

Financial and Economic Brief - Jul. 20th, 2016

• U.S. Industrial Production Up - US industrial production rose 0.6% in June vs. 0.2% increase expected

• IMF Cuts Growth Forecast - Brexit could mean weakest global growth since 2009

• Stocks Slip Downward - Stocks take a breather as earnings disappoint, dollar advances

Financial and Economic Brief - Jun. 29th, 2016

• Stocks Drop on Brexit News - Dow down nearly 900 points in 2 days

• Bond Market Concerns - The $100 trillion bond market’s got bigger concerns than Brexit

• IMF Downgrades U.S. Economy - IMF downgrades outlook for US economy

Financial and Economic Brief - Jun. 8th, 2016

• May Jobs Numbers Low - U.S. job creation weak, even as unemployment rate falls to 4.7%

• Oil Prices Rise - Crude oil closes at ten-month high as market seen rebalancing

• Interest Rate Hike in Question - Fed's Yellen sees rate hikes ahead, but few hints on when