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P&G shares have struggled in recent months due to the strong dollar, yet the consumer staples giant is cutting costs and repositioning itself.
A harsh winter coupled with low interest rates and less lending held back bank activity in the first quarter, said Gov. Frank Keating, president of the American Bankers Association.
The strengthening U.S. economy, spurred by low oil prices, means increased capital flows into the U.S. in coming years which should have a positive effect on domestic stock prices.
Millennials are conservative like their grandparents when it comes to planning their financial futures, yet youthfully optimistic as well.
Biotech valuations may be relatively high in some cases, but on the whole they are not overly stretched and certainly not in bubble territory.
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U.S. markets appear reasonably valued in the current interest rate environment, but if rates finally rise then highly levered companies could face trouble.
Stocks historically perform well when the Federal Reserve is expansive and poorly when its restrictive, said Robert Johnson, co-author of the new book 'Invest With The Fed.'
The economy will bounce back in the second and third quarters after being slowed down by bad weather and a strong dollar the first three months of 2015.
Municipal bonds have rallied in the past year, yet they remain inexpensive compared to Treasuries.