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Last week did not start off well in the market. However, stocks rebounded on Friday, recouping much of the value lost earlier in the week. Nevertheless, stocks ended last week relatively flat. Click here for more.Winthrop Partners Weekly Update 1-28-19

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Rhetoric that trade tensions between the United States and China may be easing helped quell investors’ concerns, prompting a stock market rally last week. The large caps of the S&P 500 and the Dow led the way, followed by the Nasdaq, the Russell 2000, and the Global Dow.  Click here t

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For the third straight week, stocks posted positive returns by the close of last week. Each of the indexes listed here gained at least 2.40%, with the small caps of the Russell 2000 zooming up by almost 5.0%.  Click here to read moreWinthrop Partners Weekly Update 1-14-19

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Stocks posted solid gains by the close of the first week of the new year. A favorable jobs report helped push the benchmark indexes listed here higher last Friday, as stocks recovered from an ominous start at the beginning of the week…read moreWinthrop Partners Weekly update 1-7-19

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At the end of each year Winthrop Partners creates a Market and Economic Outlook for the following year that examines what we believe will be the key trends to watch and their impact upon the various industry sectors.  We hope that you enjoy the 2019 version  click here to read…Market

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A market correction refers to a decline in a stock or index of at least 10% following a temporary high price. After last week’s losses, the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq are entering correction territory. Of the benchmark indexes listed here, only the Nasdaq remains ahead of its 2017 closing pr

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We at Winthrop Partners are conservative capitalist, but even as such, its hard not see that Capitalism is due for an update. We believe that we are in the 9th inning of Capitalism 4.0. Monopolies and Oligopolies are increasing, large swaths of the population feel disenfranchised, income inequality

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Losses in technology and health-care stocks accounted for much of last week’s market drop. The tech-heavy Nasdaq and the small caps of the Russell 2000 suffered the largest declines, leading a week of high market volatility.  Click here to view the update…Winthrop Partners Weekly Up

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Stocks rebounded last week, posting their best gains since February. The S&P 500 climbed 4.85% last week, a percentage jump not reached since the end of 2011. Overall, the large-cap indexes and the tech-heavy Nasdaq outperformed the small caps of the Russell 2000, which rebounded nicely, neverth

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Trading volume may have been slower than usual during the Thanksgiving holiday week, but that didn’t stop the downward spiral for stocks. Tumbling oil prices, which fell to their lowest levels in over a year, pulled energy shares downward and raised fears of an economic slowdown. Each of the b

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