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Consumers, the labor market, and the financial situation for most U.S. households points to an economy that is likely to remain in good shape despite slower growth due to the boost from tax cuts wearing off.
Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Dion Rabouin discuss how the market volatility is impacting emerging markets.
The bull run will continue in 2019, but it may be time to start getting defensive and raise cash allocations, according to Goldman Sachs’ 2019 stock market outlook.
Asian stocks fell on Wednesday, weighed by a renewed bout of selling on Wall Street, and crude oil struggled after a sharp slide as economic growth concerns gripped global markets. The dollar stood tall, rallying from a two-week low, as the currency found safe-haven demand from heightened risk aversion. U.S. stocks sold off for a second day on Tuesday as energy shares dropped with oil prices, while retailers including Target and Kohl's sank after weak earnings and forecasts, fuelling worries about economic growth.
Market turbulence is leading some investors to call on the Federal Reserve to halt its campaign of interest rate increases, but the selloff in stocks and corporate bonds that accelerated Tuesday is unlikely to stop the central bank from raising rates when it meets again next month. Fed officials have signaled in recent days they plan to proceed with another quarter percentage point increase in their benchmark short-term interest rate when they meet Dec. 19, marking their fourth rate increase this year. The market pullback does underscore however the uncertain outlook for what the Fed will do after that.
Investors are concerned about three key risks, says strategist Scott Wren. Investors are concerned about three key risks but they may be worrying for nothing, strategist Scott Wren told CNBC on Tuesday. The questions of whether there will be a policy mistake by the Federal Reserve , whether global growth is going to slow and whether there will be a margin squeeze have been weighing on investors, causing stocks to sell off, he said.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why bad news is all that matters lately when it comes to the tech sector. The "Mad Money" host also interviews the creator of Apple's voice-enabled assistant, Siri. In the lightning round, Cramer shares his take on the rise of 5G.
Investing.com – A sea of red washed over Wall Street for the second-straight day Tuesday, led by a sharp selloff in energy as oil prices plummeted.
CNBC's Jim Cramer and technician Carley Garner explain how the action in the oil market is weighing on the broader stock market. U.S. crude oil prices hit a new one-year low on Tuesday on fears of a supply glut and a slowing economy. Garner suspects shortsighted money managers are partially at fault for the marketwide sell-off.