Apr 10 - The S&P 500 may have hit a new record, but here's one thing that could burst its bubble; same-store sales from major retailers. They don't look pretty.
Yeah 500 may and you record here's one thing burst it's bubble. The latest sales figures from major retailers and they don't look pretty. Elders that's a girl I need to Britain and in March significantly down from a robust 7% a year ago to blame tax hikes the cold weather and early Easter. -- -- if they'll come below one point 8% that would make it the worst reading since September 2009 when the US what's in the grips of a recession. You're big fat to focus on its first time jobless claims are expert that I have our say the part of faulty 365000. After last week's surprise job. Caused by the Easter vacation. -- anything about 385000. Not -- mean we're seeing some unexpected weakness. And jobs and the -- -- I expect markets to scrutinize every word from Philadelphia fed president Charles Plosser when he speaks about policy. Second and big -- to come out publicly in support of winding down five billion dollars a month bond buying program. All that money has helped push markets to new heights -- up over 13% so far this year. She will be whether he changes his opinion given the terrible job numbers in March. Also watch out for any reaction to the bad -- -- the accidentally came out five hours ahead of schedule. And follow us on Twitter greater than tighter and more of our video that Reuters dot com slash writers TE -- something you don't hear or read eight stocks have been rising with the dollar a big change from a few months ago. Investing -- -- Fred Katayama looks at which sectors are benefiting from a more powerful green back. Up over 3%. Since the start of the year. I think this is operators.