The Federal Reserve should cut interest rates more quickly than the market expects, not to address U.S. economic conditions but because of looming risks to the financial plumbing, according to Credit Suisse Group AG analyst Zoltan Pozsar.
U.S. stocks erased gains and Treasuries fluctuated as investors parsed mixed economic data and remarks from Federal Reserve officials.
The U.S. budget deficit is growing faster than expected and President Donald Trump’s trade war is weighing on the economy, according to a new Congressional Budget Office forecast that highlights key challenges ahead of the 2020 elections.
A volatile few months for global stock markets is taking its toll on exchange-traded funds.
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General Electric Co.’s biggest plunge in 11 years came at an awkward time for some of Wall Street’s savviest investors, after a recent buying spree by the likes of Renaissance Technologies, Citadel Advisors and Adage Capital Management.
Investors terrified of the yield curve inversion may find solace in exchange-traded funds, according to Bank of America Corp.
BlackRock Inc., the world’s largest money manager, has a who’s who of former central bankers under its umbrella. And they’ve come out with a bold plan for addressing what appears to be the end of the line for conventional monetary policy.
Right on cue, bonds are lashing the usual suspects in the equity market as global yield curves flash fresh economic warnings.
Another day, another round of bad news highlighting the risk that the global economy is headed for a serious downturn.
Even as U.S. equities rally on the latest trade war developments, strategists at Bank of America Corp. are turning to a trusted recession indicator to figure out just how much time the stock bull run has left.