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The rarified air of the Swiss Alps helped reveal a scary truth to investors attending the Davos forum last year: The elite gathered in Switzerland were wildly optimistic about the economy and markets. Investors are probably right to think the Fed is ready to help if things get worse.
Stock futures: As the market continues to advance, watch large-caps Microsoft, Netflix, Salesforce, Visa and Adobe stock as they near buy points.
World stocks were subdued Monday after China reported its slowest economic expansion in 30 years and the International Monetary Fund cut its forecasts for global growth this year. KEEPING SCORE: Germany's ...
Mayflower Advisors' Larry Glazer believes the hill's political stalemate is favorable for Wall Street — at least in the short term.
The S&P 500, as well as the other indices in the United States were closed during the trading session on Monday, although we did have futures electronic trading in the Globex. That being the case, volume was very light so I would read too much into the daily candle.
It's been two years since Donald Trump was inaugurated as president of the United States. In that time, defense and tech stocks, have blown everybody out of the water.
Broader Market Supported the Energy Portfolio(Continued from Prior Part)Oil’s implied volatility On January 17, US crude oil’s implied volatility was 35.5%, which was ~23.2% below its 15-day average. Usually, a lower implied volatility might
The stock and bond markets in the U.S. will be closed on Monday, Jan. 21 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A corporate earnings season that kicked off with (GS) (GS) and other banks reporting strong results has helped. Through Friday’s close, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had gained almost 6% so far in January, while the S&P 500 was up about 6.5% and the Nasdaq Composite had added almost 8% in value.
Based on Friday’s price action and the close at 2671.50, the direction of the March E-mini S&P 500 Index on Monday is likely to be determined by trader reaction to the 50% level at 2636.00.
Jack Bogle, the founder of Vanguard who died on Wednesday, succeeded in his 89-year life in reducing the cost of investing for millions of ordinary savers. Large discrepancies still exist between the performance of actively managed mutual funds used mainly by retail investors and comparable institutional accounts, which are reserved for large investors such as pension schemes or sovereign wealth funds. Almost 90 per cent of actively managed mutual funds that benchmark against the S&P 500 underperformed the index after fees over the 10 years ending December 2017.
Fourth-quarter earnings season is in full swing, with 55 S&P 500 components releasing results in just four days this week.
Investing.com - Trade rhetoric could hang over the market in the coming week, as investors watch further developments surrounding the ongoing trade spat between the U.S. and China.
The Trump administration said that new estimates show the cost of the government shutdown will be twice as steep as originally forecast. The original estimate showed that the partial shutdown would subtract 0.1 percentage points from growth every two weeks. That estimate has now been doubled to a 0.1 percentage point subtraction every week.
Late Friday, President Donald Trump said he will make a “major” announcement on Saturday about the border and ongoing government shutdown. China offers to increase its annual import of U.S. goods by a combined value of over $1 trillion.
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Although last week started with the focus on corporate earnings, the news primarily responsible for most of the gains were the Chinese government’s efforts to stimulate the domestic economy and reports that China is willing to make an effort to reduce its trade surplus with the United States in an effort speed along the process of achieving a trade deal in a timely manner.
Tesla plans to cut 7% of its full-time workforce as the firm tries to maintain profitability while lowering the price of its Model 3. U.S. stocks rose amid subsiding fears about an economic slowdown.