With Congress agreeing to a tentative budget deal, whispers of tapering heading into the December Fed meeting have sparked a move higher in the VIX.
Chinese industrial numbers were weaker than expected on Tuesday, leading many analysts to reduce near-term growth projections.
The downtrend continues even though the Fed is expected to begin to reduce its bond purchases this month.
The number hasn't been adjusted for inflation in years. What would be a fair value?
Stimulus has sent equities to record highs, not confidence in the economy That presents a dilemma for the Fed, and for investors.
Improving data from around the world have boosted the price of copper versus the yen.
Expect gold and other assets that are sensitive to interest rates to decline as economic trends improve.
That's a bullish sign. The question is whether it will remain true going into 2014.
Japan's stock market has soared and its currency has weakened with stimulus. Here's what to expect heading into 2014.
The rally should continue as no catalyst for a a broad selloff is expected the rest of the year.