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As bond yields rose last week, tech stocks underperformed. But some stocks that act like bond proxies have done the opposite of what might be expected: They are rising.
To a certain extent, higher yields are already affecting the stock market. Interest-rate-sensitive sectors have been generally down for the past month even as the broader markets have hit new highs.
Amazon's move to a $15 hourly minimum wage is going to put pressure on retail profit margins. That fear sends retail stock prices tumbling.
A new report about markets says cybersecurity presents the most important near-term threat to financial stability.
The crisis profoundly affected stock trading, hurting some trading businesses while dramatically helping others. It accelerated some trends and stopped others in their tracks.
The government's refusal to bail out Lehman Brothers precipitated a crisis that not only changed the U.S. economy, it blew apart much of the Street's trading wisdom.
MSCI initiates the second leg of its multiyear plan to incorporate China mainland stocks into its global stock indexing system.
The good news is the value of retirement funds has risen as the market has soared. But the results are still well short of the savings many of us will need for a happy retirement.
Several strategists have been pointing to the underperformance of the rest of the world's economies against the United States as a source of worry.
Stock pickers are not only not winning, they are losing ground against their passive brethren.
The latest rejection involves two ETFs filed by ProShares that would track bitcoin futures contracts, another from GraniteShares, and five leveraged and inverse ETFs from Direxion.
On August 22, the bull market turns 3,453 days old, putting it one day beyond the bull market that ran from October 1990 and ended with the bursting of the tech bubble in March 2000.
The Shanghai exchange is down 25 percent from the late January high, but that doesn't mean there has been a dramatic deterioration in the Chinese economy.
Will there be a summer swoon, or a rocket rally? Markets are wound tight, despite a typical seasonal slowdown.
The amount of money needed seems daunting. Some 170 million shares times $420 amounts to $71.4 billion. It would be the largest take-private transaction in history.
The S&P 500 has moved nearly 2 percent in the last three trading sessions and is now 20 points (less than 1 percent) from passing the historic high it hit in January.
Jim Cramer reveals how the Fed's rose-colored glasses could impact your money.
The Treasury Department refrained from calling China a 'currency manipulator,' a title that's been threatened by multiple U.S. administrations but not used since 1994.
J. Tomilson Hill, one of the world's top art collectors, said the art market is unlikely to cool or crash anytime soon, due in part to soaring demand from new museums in China.