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The market has basically topped and won't deliver the eye-popping returns of recent years, hedge fund manager David Gerstenhaber says.
Markets across the globe saw a massive sell-off last week, with the major indexes on Wall Street seeing their worst weekly declines since March.
President Donald Trump went on the attack against the Federal Reserve last week. It's highly unlikely the Fed will listen, says one rates expert.
Jim Cramer warns that U.S. companies could feel the heat of the Fed's lockstep rate hikes in 2019.
Former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen balks at President Trump's growing attacks on the Fed, expressing confidence in her successor, Jay Powell, according to The Wall Street Journal.
"You want to be there for that first up-leg regardless of the potential for a reset" of the low, says Stockton.
During her tenure, Fed Chair Janet Yellen was cautious about raising rates while stressing that any future moves would depend on what the economic data showed.
The recent slide in stocks has not persuaded Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans that the central bank should stop raising interest rates.
Some have speculated that China could hit back at the U.S. by selling a huge chunk of the more than $1 trillion of U.S. treasury bonds it holds.
The U.S. economy is "incredibly positive," and markets tend to go too far in both directions, Mnuchin says.
The time to really be aggressive in selling happened, Jim Cramer says.
Jim Cramer explains how the cost of tariffs will squeeze retailers' margins.
Jim Cramer lays out his reasons for why the Federal Reserve should back off its aggressive rate hike agenda.
Stephen Roach sees inflation risks thanks to tariffs and low unemployment.
A look at the changes to both its policy and its forecasts over the past two years shows very modest moves in response to new economic realities of stronger growth and lower unemployment.
Warren Buffett explained the importance of bond yields in determining stock valuations.