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Nearly 95% of top-performing equity mutual funds failed to replicate their success over a two-year period. Over five years, not a single one was able to do so, a new study shows.
World equity markets climbed to a record on Friday as the U.S. dollar languished near three-year lows and a U.S. government shutdown loomed, while U.S. Treasury yields continued their steady rise to hit their highest levels since September 2014. President Donald Trump postponed plans to leave Washington while the U.S. Congress faced a midnight deadline to come up with funding legislation to avoid the shutdown. Legislation to stave off an imminent federal government shutdown encountered obstacles in the Senate on Thursday night, despite the passage of a month-long funding bill by the House of Representatives hours earlier.
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U.S. stocks opened higher on Friday, putting the major indexes on track for three straight weeks of gains as hopes of a strong earnings season overshadowed fears of a potential U.S. government shutdown. ...
Following a strong performance for two weeks and closing at a record high price levels, the S&P 500 started this week on a mixed note. On Thursday, the S&P 500 started the day on a stable note and closed the day at elevated levels. On January 18, eight out of the S&P 500’s 11 major sectors declined.
A potential U.S. government shutdown is keeping equity market sentiment in check Friday as the dollar holds near three year lows and benchmark 10-year bond yields rise to the highest level since September ...