Juli Niemann is St. Louis' oldest, non-retired analyst. She works for Smith, Moore and Company as executive vice-president for research and portfolio management.  She has worked in the investment industry for over 40 years. Niemann was recently profiled in St. Louis Magazine.   

Features By Juli Niemann

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When a deflating economy may not be all that bad

Chrysler and Ford are reporting strong sales numbers, particularly truck sales, for June. Though manufacturing data across several other industries is down.
Posted In: Unemployment, Federal Reserve, jobs report, deflation
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Top central banker calls investors 'feral hogs'

A Federal Reserve banker in Texas has warned the so-called 'feral hogs' of the financial markets to stop overreacting to the Federal Reserve's plans to wind down quantitative easing. What does it all mean?
Posted In: Federal Reserve, bonds, interest rates, quantitative easing
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Bond yields spike on interest rate apprehension

Juli Niemann, analyst with Smith Moore & Company, explains what's got bond yields rising.
Posted In: bonds, interest rates
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Bad news is good news for the markets

Stock markets were up this morning, though data from a variety of sources indicate a only tepid economy. Juli Niemann, analyst with Smith Moore & Company, says it's precisely this bad news that is making the market rally.
Posted In: stock market, Federal Reserve, stock
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May markets: What goes up must come down?

Juli Niemann, analyst at Smith Moore & Company, tells us why she hopes the stock market goes down this week.
Posted In: stock market, stocks
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How the markets will react to more North American fuel production

When fossil fuel gets cheap.
Posted In: Oil, fracking, fossil fuels
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Earnings check in: The health of corporate America

Juli Niemann, analyst with Smith, Moore & Company, joins Marketplace Morning Report host Jeremy Hobson to discuss the latest earnings reports and what they signal about the economy.
Posted In: Earnings, Alcoa
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Automakers kick into high gear

The 'big three' automakers -- Chrysler, GM, and Ford -- are reporting sharp gains in sales for the month of March. Chrysler says the latest month was their best since 2007.
Posted In: Auto, Ford, GM, cars
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Home prices are up, will the job market follow?

Home prices rise, but can they boost the job market?
Posted In: housing market, housing prices, Jobs
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Quantitative easing is here to stay: Analyst

Juli Niemann, analyst with Smith, Moore & Company, joins Marketplace Morning Report host Jeremy Hobson to explain why the Federal Reserve is likely to continue with quantitative easing.
Posted In: Federal Reserve, quantitative easing

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