China CSI300 stock index futures for August were flat at 3,193.6, 24.18 points below the current value of the underlying index and suggesting investors are expecting further losses. Among other moves, China is considering rules to restrict investments by small banks in the $3.5 trillion wealth management product industry, draft rules seen by Reuters... » Read More
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April's best sector is also the one reporting the worst year-over-year earnings.
But what does that mean for the economy?
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Will Janet Yellen remove the market's confusion, or will she add to it?
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There's something that everyone's missing about gold and the situation in Ukraine.
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