Even amid political turmoil, the market will continue upward, says Wall Street veteran Edward Yardeni.
Tariffs won't reduce trade deficit, says former Obama economic advisor Austan Goolsbee.
Traders have mostly believed that the threat of tariffs on aluminum and steel would not escalate into a global trade war
Much like how the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the new fund tries to reflect major trends in the cryptocurrency market.
Daryl Guppy of Guppytraders.com sees downside targets of "a little bit below 24,000" for the DJIA and "just below 2,600" for the S&P 500.
Amid fears of possible trade wars, one hedge-fund manager suggests putting your money into bitcoin to protect it.
President Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs would affect U.S. allies, not China, says former U.S. trade representative.
Even if new tariffs spark an international trade war, President Trump is confident that the United States would come out on top.
Fees from increased steel tariffs would eventually be passed onto CSX customers, says the railroad's CEO.
Aluminum tariffs are the biggest concern among market watchers, say Art Cashin, as Trump signaled tariffs could go into effect next week.
The proposed steel and aluminum tariffs will "very likely" be implemented, with future possible ramifications, says CFRA Research's Matthew Miller.
The S&P ended the month of February down 2%. After similar drops stocks tend to bounce back in March, with the Dow and S&P both up over 1.5%
These two charts show the next key levels for the market, with Scott Redler, T3live.com. One trader says the bond breakdown isn't over. And Brian Kelly explains why bitcoin is headed to $12,000. With CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
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On issuing complex investment products like exchange-traded notes, it’s better to be safe than sorry, says Euronext CEO Stephen Boujnah.
Our data partners at Kensho profiling what happens after a CPI surprise after the one we saw today. A month later the Dow, S&P and consumer discretionary stocks are up 100% of the time with big returns. A similar part for the tech sector.
The era of super-low volatility is over. But that presents opportunities of its own, according to several banks.
Stocks are in recovery mode since last Friday's low. Barclays analyst says large-cap banks are a buy.
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