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Facebook has a new cup-with-handle buy point, but the stock hasn't been a leader, the growth story appears to be fading and political headwinds remain heavy.
Asian markets were mixed early on Monday, with the ASX 200 gaining early in the session and the Nikkei 225 trading just below the flat line.
The nonstop stream of news out of President Donald Trump's White House has become a liability for Wall Street, says one market strategist.
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Near term inflation expectations jumped to their highest level in several years, and interest rates were expected to increase by the largest proportion since 2004.
Fired FBI official Andrew McCabe says dismissal part of “ongoing war” on the bureau and special counsel’s investigation.
The European Union will propose a 3% tax on digital revenue this week. That would hit Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple.
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U.S. stock-market investors have grown concerned about interest rates of late, with many accepting that they’re going to rise, but still worried that the jumps will happen too quickly. According to one ...
Add heightened political risk to the growing number of factors that have been contributing to volatility on Wall Street.
For stock market investors, the coming week is likely to see the Federal Reserve move back into focus, stealing the spotlight back, at least briefly, from worries about tariffs and political turmoil.
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With earnings season in the rear-view and the end of the first quarter looming, you’re probably asking yourself one thing right now…
While investors should expect continued volatility, one strategist sees upward bias in the S&P 500 over the near term.
The S&P 500 initially tried to rally during the week but found the 2800 level to be a bit too resistive to continue going higher. I think the next couple of weeks are going to be very difficult, because we are currently very choppy, and I think that longer-term traders are going to need to be very patient. If we can break above the 2800 level, the market should then continue to go much higher.
The S&P 500 and did very little during trading on Friday, as the market digested a lot of the noisy trading and headlines that we have seen lately. With this, I think that we are going to see volatility pick up, not drop. Currently, we are still very much in an uptrend, but suddenly trading has become a bit more difficult.