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Sunday Night Futures

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Weekend:• Schedule for Week of Mar 11, 2018Monday:• 10:00 AM, State Employment and Unemployment (Monthly) for January 2018From CNBC: Pre-Market Data and Bloomberg futures: S&P 500 are up 6, and DOW futures are up 100 (fair value).Oil prices were up over the last week with WTI futures at .23 per barrel and Brent at .72 per barrel.  A year ago, WTI was at , and Brent was at - so oil prices are up solidly year-over-year. Here is a graph from Gasbuddy.com for nationwide gasoline prices. Nationally prices are at .52 per gallon. A year ago prices were at .30 per gallon - so gasoline prices are up 22 cents per gallon year-over-year.

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Weekend:
Schedule for Week of Mar 11, 2018

Monday:
• 10:00 AM, State Employment and Unemployment (Monthly) for January 2018

From CNBC: Pre-Market Data and Bloomberg futures: S&P 500 are up 6, and DOW futures are up 100 (fair value).

Oil prices were up over the last week with WTI futures at $62.23 per barrel and Brent at $65.72 per barrel.  A year ago, WTI was at $48, and Brent was at $50 - so oil prices are up solidly year-over-year.

Here is a graph from Gasbuddy.com for nationwide gasoline prices. Nationally prices are at $2.52 per gallon. A year ago prices were at $2.30 per gallon - so gasoline prices are up 22 cents per gallon year-over-year.
Bill McBride
A full time blogger, Mr. McBride retired as a senior executive from a small public company in the '90s. Mr. McBride holds an MBA from the University of California, Irvine, and has a background in management, finance and economics.

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