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If Greece fails to reach a debt deal, that could mean the end of the euro, one London-based market strategist said.
Consumers took a break from spending in January, after opening up their wallets in 2014.
Here's why David Nelson of Belpointe Asset Management thinks it's time for Greece to go.
Don't count on scoring double-digit returns in U.S. stocks like you did last year. The markets are just too volatile.
Volatility has plagued the markets since the start of the year, with few signs of calmness ahead.
The strong January jobs report is fueling fears that a rate hike could come in June.
The labor market is showing all kinds of strength, with January's jobs report topping expectations.
Mixed employment data this week may foreshadow disappointing jobs numbers in Friday's report.
The cyclical bull market has at least two more years to go, Scott Wren says.
Amid global economic weakness, investors are pouring money into volatile emerging markets. J.P. Morgan strategist David Lebovitz discusses the trend.