Spiking tensions in the Gulf of Oman and rising oil production in the U.S. are combining to put crude prices in a difficult position, says RBC's Helima Croft.
Gluskin Sheff's David Rosenberg is painting a painful picture for stocks as earnings season goes into full gear.
Bank of America-Merrill Lynch's Jill Carey Hall has a warning about a market group that has been struggling all year.
The Fed's highly anticipated interest rate cut might not play out in the markets as investors expect.
Wilmington Trust's Meghan Shue says the market is overestimating the Fed's ability to support the economy.
Oil prices are enjoying a "Goldilocks moment" as concerns around slowing global growth and tensions in the Middle East temper costs, says Amy Harder, energy reporter at Axios.
J.P. Morgan Asset Management's Gabriela Santos predicts some of the winning trades will begin to struggle.
With gold on pace for its first weekly loss in nearly two months, traders have their eyes on some key levels for the yellow metal.
Gold prices are on track to reach six-year highs by the end of this year, says precious metals expert Suki Cooper.
PNC Financial's Jeff Mills believes economic and earnings fundamentals will improve with or without a Federal Reserve interest rate cut.
While Wall Street focuses on U.S.-China trade war dangers, Medley Global Advisors' Ben Emons sees two risks making a comeback in the year's second half.
Bitcoin still looks like the "wild west," but if it's able to hold above the $10,000 level, it could see even more upside, traders say.
Invesco's Kristina Hooper believes stocks could fall 5% or more due to disappointing developments in the U.S.-China trade war.
Wells Fargo Securities' Chris Harvey believes interest rate cuts are not fully priced into the market.
Cresset Capital's Jack Ablin believes stocks could get rattled by a decision not to cut interest rates.
Facebook's new Libra offering is a "validation" of cryptocurrencies and could pave the way for bitcoin to top its all-time highs of $20,000: Tom Lee.
With uncertainty keeping a lid on U.S. stocks, Ed Clissold of Ned Davis Research says the rest of 2019 is likely to be a "choppy," but somewhat opportunistic, ride for investors.
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