Vanguard is more bearish on the U.S. economy than most forecasters, heeding what it says is a warning sign from the Treasury market.
Once heralded as a novel way to help distressed parts of the U.S., opportunity zones are now being slammed as a government boondoggle.
Recent market strife driven by turmoil in the Middle East may be just the beginning of payback time for U.S. stocks after a prolonged period of smooth sailing to fresh records.
Shares of defense companies rallied as Citi said Democrats may not be able to make a case against more military spending as conflict in the Middle East ratchets up.
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U.S. stocks face a greater-than-usual risk of a sell-off next year, with investors overconfident in an economic resurgence, according to Vanguard Group Inc.’s investment-strategy chief.
American consumers are more upbeat about the economy than at any time in more than a year against a backdrop of steady job gains and record stock prices.
When Gilles Pradere saw a money-making opportunity to go long European credit in January, he decided against selling default swaps and rode one of this year’s hottest trades instead.
U.S. consumer sentiment extended gains in mid-November as Americans’ economic outlook improved against a backdrop of solid hiring, record stock prices and the prospect of a trade truce with China.
Federal Reserve officials stressed that risks to the U.S. economy remained elevated as they agreed to put interest rates on hold following their third cut this year.
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