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Mon Aug 1, 2022, 03:26 PM

STOCK MARKET WATCH -- Tuesday, 2 August 2022

STOCK MARKET WATCH, Tuesday, 2 August 2022

Previous SMW:
SMW for 1 Aaugust 2022


Dow Jones 32,798.40 -46.73 (0.14%)
S&P 500 4,118.63 -11.66 (0.28%)
Nasdaq 12,368.98 -21.71 (0.18%)


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Quote for the Day:

Material possessions can be taken by force and enjoyed by the robber. Spiritual possessions cannot be taken in this way. You may kill an artist or a thinker, but you cannot acquire his art or his thought. You may put a man to death because he loves his fellow-men, but you will not by so doing acquire the love which made his happiness. Force is impotent in such matters; it is only as regards material goods that it is effective. For this reason the men who believe in force are the men whose thoughts and desires are preoccupied with material goods.

Bertrand Russell. Political Ideals (c) 1918

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Warpy Aug 2022 #1

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Mon Aug 1, 2022, 03:53 PM

1. Another take on why the market is rebounding

Inflation in energy and transportation have eased and prices are starting to come down. Corporations care about these two things but care little about the consumer inflation that fattens their own profit lines. Their inflation has started to reverse, so they assume all is right with the world, let's buy more of our stock back!

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