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As the economy strengthens and the U.S. equity market hovers at near-record levels, investors are faced with a conundrum: Should they take some equity risk off the table to avoid a pullback? Or should they stay fully invested and ride the wave?
Across all generations, Americans are delaying saving for retirement and purchasing a home because of their student debt, according to a new report.
Both high-yield bonds and leveraged loans are priced to near perfection, with credit spreads still hovering at historic lows. They are a bet on the U.S. economy and that it will be another year or two before the cycle turns.
"There's a huge commentary that we are at peak earnings," Larry Fink says.
Investment banking beat expectations, fueled by initial public offerings in its equities capital markets business.
Morgan Stanley tops expectations on the top and bottom lines on strong investment banking results that saw revenues in the division climb 15 percent over the past year.
Shares of BlackRock, the largest asset manager in the world, fell on Tuesday after the company posted a weaker-than-expected revenue for the third quarter.
Jim Cramer breaks down why last week's sell-off is making Yum Brands' stock an attractive buy into weakness.
Jim Cramer zips through his take on callers' favorite stocks, including a technology hardware giant in the throes of marketwide weakness.
Jim Cramer sits down with MedMen co-founder and CEO Adam Bierman, whose cannabis retailer will absorb PharmaCann in the largest marijuana-related acquisition in U.S. history.
Jim Cramer picks the energy sector's power players, which include shares of oil refiners as well as exploration and production entities.
Jim Cramer explains why a surge in a stock like Clorox can mean bad news for the broader economy.
The stock market is in the middle of a rolling bear market and the bear will be back for more, says Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson.
Technology stocks' painful sell-off dragged into another session on Monday. Here's what three market watchers expect from the sector after recent weakness.
On average, the S&P 500 posts a daily move of at least 1 percent on 10.3 percent of October's trading days, more than any month and proof the period's reputation for volatility is justified.
Early results from third-quarter earning season show that more executives are citing foreign exchange pressures than the tariff battle in which the U.S. has found itself with its trading partners, according to a FactSet examination.