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President Biden and Republicans reached a tentative debt-ceiling deal Saturday night. That should be positive for the market rally, which has been led by an AI boom.
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The debt-ceiling battle is the first of several fiscal fights that could tip the U.S. economy into a recession and derail the stock market.
(Bloomberg) -- Happy Memorial Day weekend. Summer officially kicks off here in the US and it’s time to break out the backyard grill and start making potato salad. Unless you’re part of the negotiating team hammering out a deal on raising the US debt ceiling. Then you need to forge some kind of an agreement in the next few days or the US will start running out of cash to pay its bills and that would be a nightmare for all of us. Representative Patrick McHenry, a key GOP negotiator, said Saturday
New estimate of default date provides lawmakers with a little more breathing room as they attempt to reach a deal
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A poster child of unprofitability has been DoorDash (NYSE: DASH), a food delivery service that has exploded in popularity over the last few years. Undeterred by these losses, the executive team stated in their latest quarterly letter that the delivery platform it is building will create shareholder value (i.e., generate profits) over the long term. Should investors trust that DoorDash management is building a profitable enterprise for the future?
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Before even considering putting money to work in the stock market, individuals should focus on making sure their personal finances are in order. Buffett won that bet, which indicates that even some of the smartest minds on Wall Street, who have an army of well-educated analysts and all the resources at their disposal, still couldn't beat the market over an extended period of time.
The S&P 500 has consistently created wealth throughout history despite weathering several bear markets and recessions.
Vici Properties (NYSE: VICI) has a 5% dividend yield and has been the best-performing REIT in the S&P 500 over the past year, despite the difficult environment. In this video, I explain why I think now could be a great time to take a closer look at this well-run business.
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Apologies in advance, but the now-clichéd description actually is true: We are partying like it’s 1999, at least as far as stocks are concerned. Once again, the equity market has been powered by a relative handful of technology stocks that have soared on their potential to fundamentally change the world. For all of 1999, the spread between the two measures was also 9.3 percentage points, which was exceeded only by 1998’s 16.3 percentage-point spread.
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The analysts covering Nvidia (NVDA) are struggling to come up with superlatives to describe the chipmaker's blockbuster quarterly results. Can the AI momentum sustain?
U.S. equities finished the week on a high note on optimism that White House and congressional negotiators are close to an agreement to raise the federal debt ceiling and avoid a government default. Adding to the market enthusiasm was another report showing booming demand for artificial intelligence (AI), sending tech shares higher. The Nasdaq jumped 2%, while the Dow and S&P 500 added 1%.
US stocks hit a nine-month high on Friday, propelled by solid economic data and growing investor optimism that a deal on the US debt ceiling will land in the coming days. The S&P 500 closed 1.3 per cent higher, its highest level since mid-August, in a relatively broad rally in which investors scooped up stocks more sensitive to economic growth prospects and spurning traditionally defensive sectors such as utilities, healthcare and consumer staples. The benchmark index added 0.3 per cent in the week, notching its second straight week of gains.