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The dollar tumbled across the board on Thursday, hitting a 15-month low against the yen.
Gold was on track for its fourth straight session of gains on Thursday as the dollar skidded to its lowest in two weeks.
"You're putting a tremendous amount of issuance into the marketplace," says Rick Rieder who oversees BlackRock's $1.7 trillion in bond assets.
Schwarzman encourages investors not to lose sight of the big picture. "Markets get ahead of things and markets get behind things."
African National Congress (ANC) leader Cyril Ramaphosa has been sworn in as South Africa's new president, following his predecessor Jacob Zuma's departure Wednesday night after a long power struggle.
European stocks finished off Thursday's trade on a positive note, as investors delved through corporate earnings.
Gold prices sunk on Wednesday following a report that the consumer price index rose more than expected in January.
Home Depot has been on shaky ground this month, falling 9 percent. But one technically minded trader says its foundation is still solid.
The U.S. dollar rose after a stronger-than-expected report of U.S. consumer prices.
The VIX, often called the market's fear index, has been "suspect for at least seven years," says Bart Chilton, former CFTC commissioner.
Bond yields rise and stocks slump after an unexpected jump in the consumer price index to its fastest pace in a year.
The big, bad bond rout blew away Wall Street's gains last week. History shows this won't be a lasting trend, says a long-time technician.
Asian markets closed mixed on Wednesday despite the slightly firmer lead from Wall Street.
Loretta Mester is known as one of the more hawkish members in the Federal Reserve.
Total household debt rose to an all-time high of $13.15 trillion at year-end 2017, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Billionaire Mark Cuban says he saw the recent stock market swings as a buying opportunity.
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