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  • RenMac Off-Script: Debate Bait

    17 MAY. 2024 · RenMac discusses how Biden agreed to debate on his terms, the encouraging inflation print, how much of Biden’s billions have been spent and what Trump could do with them, improving beta vs. average momentum, the peak in short rates, strong election year seasonality, and why China is looking like the U.S. in 2009.
    26m 38s
  • RenMac Off-Script Podcast: Consumer Conundrums

    10 MAY. 2024 · RenMac discusses how the FDIC fallout may play out next week, the improvement in small banks, the consumer credit conundrum, the short rate risk/reward scenario, and the consumer momentum in China.
    23m 6s
  • RenMac Off-Script Podcast: The Economy Isn’t Getting Away From The Fed

    3 MAY. 2024 · RenMac discusses the economic data dump this week, why the realized inflation data will be important, Powell’s case for weaker inflation, why the voters remain sour on the economy, whether Johnson will be removed as speaker now or after November, and the outlook for Chinese growth.
    21m 31s
  • RenMac Off-Script: Closer To The End?

    26 ABR. 2024 · RenMac discusses the low GDP and high inflation reports, how volatile trade figures may have skewed the data to the downside, why the consensus is probably right about growth, the mean reversion in the battleground state polls, why the Supreme Court may delay the federal cases against Trump, how price may be driving sentiment, why you want to be long in the summer months in a presidential election year, what is driving the increase in the 10yr yields, and the relationship between Bitcoin and the NASDAQ.
    19m 52s
  • RenMac Off-Script: 3 Pillars of a Low

    19 ABR. 2024 · Jeff goes solo off-script to talk about the recent equity weakness, the things he looks for to call a tactical bottom and where we stand currently.
    5m 44s
  • RenMac Off-Script: Cuts Delayed Not Derailed

    12 ABR. 2024 · RenMac discusses the implications of the global gold rush led by central banks; why the latest inflation report still points to when, not if the Fed cuts interest rates; how a cooling labor market means consumers could struggle to absorb higher inflation; the risks Powell & Co. face in deciding to do (or not do); why the adage “sell in May and go away” doesn’t work; and how to take advantage of the summer trading months in a presidential election year.
    18m 49s
  • RenMac Off-Script: Payrolls Eclipse the Bears

    5 ABR. 2024 · RenMac discusses the bullish jobs number, why it might not keep the Fed from cutting in June, how it might send neutral rates higher, why No Labels ended up with no candidate and who benefits, how rising geopolitical risks are raising prices at the pump for voters, the impact of broader market participation, and why manufacturing is picking up.
    19m 17s
  • RenMac Off-Script Podcast: Powell Told Us What He Told Us

    28 MAR. 2024 · RenMac discusses Fed Governor Waller’s comments, context, and contrast with Powell; reconciling GDI and GDP; Biden’s bump in the Bloomberg battleground state poll, and some evidence of the momentum trade unwinding.
    15m 43s
  • RenMac Off-Script Podcast: Political & Productivity Paradox

    22 MAR. 2024 · RenMac discusses how Michigan may determine the 2024 presidential outcome and how it is driving Biden’s EV policies, why the six months of progress on inflation is outweighing the previous two months of setbacks for Powell & Co., June cut looking likely, the productivity paradox and how it takes time to realize the gains from AI, why a partial gov’t shutdown on Monday isn’t likely to happen, why the expansion of internal highs suggests a bull market, and how energy and materials are performing better on an absolute basis. 
    19m 5s
  • RenMac Legends: A Conversation with Ethan Harris

    20 MAR. 2024 · For nearly three decades, Ethan Harris was a fixture on Wall Street. After a stint at the New York Fed, Ethan went to Lehman Brothers where he served as the firm’s Chief US Economist. I had the good fortune of working for and learning from Ethan during his time as Head of Global Economics at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, from where he retired last year.Ethan is a wealth of knowledge, not only for his insights on the economy and Fed watching – but we also get into detail on how he approaches the role of a Wall Street economist and how that compares to the role of an academic. How to separate the noise from signal in the economic data and how to pick your spots against the consensus. To me, he’s set the standard for those that have come after him in the business.
    44m 48s

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Stock market commentary from Wall St thought leaders in strategy, economics, technical analysis and policy. Disclaimer ..........

This Podcast Audio Show has been prepared by Renaissance Macro Research, LLC (“RenMac”), an affiliate of Renaissance Macro Securities, LLC.

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