Anatomy of a Market Rally: Looking at Key Catalysts


By: Quincy Krosby, PhD, Chief Global Strategist & Joshua Cline, Associate Analyst

As the market appears to be taking a rest and consolidating its $2.7 trillion rally leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday, the historical pattern over the last five years suggests the shortened holiday week typically enjoys modest gains. With concerns over the resiliency of consumer spending, however, the market can be affected by any indication that Black Friday doesn’t witness the throngs of consumers out hunting for bargains, or indications that the start to Cyber Monday won’t result in the billions of dollars that are spent online.

Read the full commentary here: weekly-market-commentary-11.20.2023


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