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The market is pricey — the forward earnings multiple for the S&P 500 is over 17, well above the historic norm of 15 to 16.
Jeffrey Hirsch, who runs Stock Trader's Almanac, says he's fairly bullish about the short-term prospects for the market.
With 261 companies reporting in the S&P 500, earnings are up 0.7% on a blended rate, according to Refinitiv.
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton is making awareness of the retirement crisis a priority for the agency.
Earnings for the S&P 500 are now expected to be flat for the first quarter after dire predictions in December.
Stock traders do not view a new high as really valid unless there is some serious action.
Stock traders do not view a new high as truly valid unless there is some serious action. And that is what is missing from the rally.
It was all so damn long ago: CNBC was born on April 17, 1989.
Early earnings returns from the first quarter are in, and there is a clear warning: higher wage costs, higher raw material costs, and higher transport costs are weighing on earnings.
Stocks are rallying around the world on strong China economic data and Jamie Dimon's supportive comments on the U.S. economy.
First-quarter earnings for the S&P 500 are projected to decline 2.5% year over year, according to Refinitiv consensus estimates.
It's National Retirement Planning Week, which means it's time for another round of depressing stats about how unprepared we all are for retirement.
Lyft's rocky debut has been an exception to the hot IPO market so far this year.
However, the global slowdown story is not dead.
A tremendous amount is at stake for Wall Street, for the slate of tech unicorns that are seeking to go public and for the investing public.