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According to a new survey from Bank of America, more fund managers expect the economy to look like Goldilocks instead of Secular Stagnation.
Swiss investor Marc Faber has doubled down on racially charged remarks suggesting that the U.S. would be in a worse if it had been colonized by blacks instead of whites.
WSJ City is the app that delivers fast, smart news on mobile for London. Fund managers took on more risk in October and reduced wagers on a correction, with a record number forecasting a ‘Goldilocks’ scenario for the world economy, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s latest survey. Vitor Constancio, a top European Central Bank official, has warned of a possible correction in global asset prices, arguing that investors may be doing too little to price in future policy changes by central banks.
Industrial companies led U.S. stocks mostly lower in midday trading Tuesday as investors sized up the latest company earnings news. Packaged food and beverage companies were also among the big laggards. ...
Value investor Bill Nyrgen shares his market views in an interview on CNBC's "Halftime Report" Tuesday.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average breached the 23,000-mark for the first time on Tuesday, powered by strong earnings from UnitedHealth and Johnson & Johnson. The blue-chip index has surpassed four similar 1,000-point milestones this year, indicating investor faith in the bull-run despite lofty stock valuations. Goldman Sachs dipped 2.07 percent despite reporting a profit beat and smaller-than-expected trading revenue fall.
How quiet is this stock market? By at least one measure, the S&P 500 is on pace to register is lengthiest period of quiescence in more than two decades.
The big three U.S. benchmarks continue to take flight, concurrently registering consecutive all-time highs, writes Michael Ashbaugh. In the process, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has briefly tagged ...
As investors get more confident about the latest leg of the stock market rally, one Wall Street strategist is growing more concerned.