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The streak has ended. The S&P 500 fell over 1% yesterday for the first time in 109 consecutive days. That falls short of the 110-day streak in early 1995, with the 112-day streak in 1985 next on the list. You have to go back to the 1960s for a longer streak. (LPL Research)

The University of Michigan’s Consumer Sentiment Index reached its highest level since 2000, hitting 97.6 in March, up from 96.3 in the previous month.

Leading economic indicators remain strong. The Conference Board's Leading Economic Index rose 0.6% in February. The largest positive contributor for the month was the ISM new orders index, reflecting recent gains in manufacturing. The index accelerated to a 3.1% gain year over year, its highest growth rate since August 2015. The leading economic indicator index continues to point to a low chance of a recession in the next year. (LPL Research)

A third of all the J.C. Penney department stores in Oregon will close this summer as the company mothballs140 stores nationwide. Five of Oregon's 14 J.C. Penney locations will be closed. The Oregon stores closing are:
•Astoria
•Grants Pass
•La Grande
•Pendleton
•The Dalles

With Northwest Quadrant Wealth Management, a Registered Investment Advisor I am Troy Reinhart.
 

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