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San Francisco is home to hot IPOs like Uber, Lyft, Slack and Pinterest. Big swings in the stock market get less attention than sizeable moves with any of the cities biggest publicly traded names.
The yield curve inversion had markets tumbling amid concerns of a coming recession, but what is a "yield curve" and how (and/or why) does it invert?
From Monday through Thursday, my family's stock investments fell more than many people earn in a year. Here's what I plan to do about it.
Yale University made some big changes in its stock investments in the second quarter, including acquiring a large stake in Slack Technologies stock.
South Korea’s sovereign-wealth fund made some big changes in its transportation investments and adjusted its holdings in a social-media platform.
Based on Friday’s price action and the momentum into the close, the direction of the September E-mini S&P; 500 Index on Monday is likely to be determined by trader reaction to the main 50% level at 2881.00.
But rather than call it quits, investors may want to stay invested in stocks as the barrage of potentially market-moving events kick off, from China tariffs to Brexit to central bank meetings, which could yield more global interest rate cuts
President Donald Trump told reporters on Tuesday that he’s delaying some tariffs on Chinese imports to give consumers some holiday shopping relief. Short-seller Jim Chanos used his “Diogenes” Twitter account to question his wisdom.
The bond market sent a warning, and this time the stock market listened. Investors will be looking for clues in the week ahead that policy makers are listening, too.
With everyone from DoubleLine Capital’s Jeffrey Gundlach to inverted yield curve disciples now forecasting a recession, it must be time to join the crowd and sell stocks, right? Actually, this is exactly the wrong thing to do right now.
Shares of Briggs & Stratton were rocked Thursday to levels last seen in the 1970s, after the maker of gasoline engines and outdoor power equipment reported a surprise fiscal fourth-quarter loss, lowered its full-year outlook and slashed its quarterly dividend.
U.S.-China trade tensions could escalate next week following the expiration of an export ban against Chinese telecom giant Huawei
The U.S. economy has a ton of problems to worry about, but there’s one part that’s solid: consumers’ balance sheets.
Most people think they’re above average in intelligence, relationship status and professional achievement. Social scientists call this “illusory superiority.” My business partner Scott Puritz, has found the one area where even above-average people, objectively smart, rich, successful professionals, seem to wave the white flag and admit to not understanding — money and investing. “One of the most shocking things is the low-level financial literacy throughout our culture,” Puritz told the Washington Post.
Harvard University’s endowment made some bold stock trades in the calendar second quarter. Harvard Management Co., or HMC, the entity that manages the endowment, oversaw $405 million in U.S.-traded equities as of June 30.
In the past, China has shown extraordinary restraint in response to U.S. tariffs and President Trump’s critical tweets. This is a critical time for investors. All investors ought to consider doing the same.
Most of 2019’s biggest initial public offerings have outperformed the S&P 500, relative to their offer prices. That’s likely one reason WeWork’s parent, We Co., has filed for an IPO.
Normally, these signs would be enough to make investors plan for the end of the bull market, even if the market has a habit of rising between the first inversion and the start of a bear. But these aren’t normal times.
Price and volume trends can tell you if a stock is poised to head higher or lower. A stock's relative strength line, is also an invaluable tool to help you decide when to sell.
U.S. stocks surged Friday as Treasury bond yields finally stopped falling after a volatile week. Still, they couldn’t climb enough to end the week in the black.
On a day stocks bounced back, NVIDIA shares rose after the company reported a strong quarter, as did those of Deere despite challenges in the agricultural industry.
U.S. stocks were on the rise Friday, but Wall Street was still on track for weekly losses, as U.S. Treasury yields recovered from multi-year lows and investors continued to track U.S.-China trade negotiations.
U.S. and European stocks surged on Friday on expectations the European Central Bank will cut interest rates but the dollar pared gains against the euro after a report said the German government was prepared to take on new debt to lift the economy. The dollar hit a two-week high against the euro as expectations of ECB stimulus weighed on the single currency and bullish data showing a jump in U.S. homebuilding permits to a seven-month high also helped lift the greenback. The euro rebounded to pare most losses after Der Spiegel magazine said the German government would be prepared to ditch its balanced budget rule and take on new debt to counter a possible recession.