When it comes to seasonal tendencies June is not a sexy month. There are scores of articles, White Papers and cyclical research on the January effect, sell in May theories, December window dressing and the odd habit of market crashes in October, but June is left out.
The Federal Reserve should raise interest rates "in the coming months" if the economy picks up as expected and jobs continue to be generated, U.S. central bank chief Janet Yellen said on Friday, bolstering the case for a rate increase in June or July.
Fed's Lockhart sticks with June to September liftoff, despite growth downgrade.

Forget the 2013 "taper tantrum."