When Will It Be Safe to Buy Stocks Again?

When Will It Be Safe to Buy Stocks Again?

The Pitchfork model suggests possible support just under 2750 for the S&P 500.

Rising Treasury Yields Could Spell Start of Decades-Long Bond Bear Market

Rising Treasury Yields Could Spell Start of Decades-Long Bond Bear Market

Yields on 10-year U.S. Treasury notes have been on the rise since reaching a record low of 1.36% in July 2016. Last week they surged to 2.85%, the highest in three years, and triggering debate over whether bonds are entering a decades-long bear market.

Week in Review: Tech Earnings Letdown Wall Street and the Dow Craters

Week in Review: Tech Earnings Letdown Wall Street and the Dow Craters

By Friday afternoon, the stock market was tanking. These are the stories that made the most impact from Monday through Friday.

Inflation Is Making a Comeback; Investors Need to Take Shelter

Inflation Is Making a Comeback; Investors Need to Take Shelter

The bond markets are still not fully pricing in the nascent inflation.

Amazon, Apple and Everything Else You Need to Know Before You Trade Friday

Amazon, Apple and Everything Else You Need to Know Before You Trade Friday

So how about those earnings from Apple, Amazon and Alphabet? Here's what you need to know Friday.

Investors Are Probably Too Optimistic About Italy

Investors Are Probably Too Optimistic About Italy

The spread of Italian 10-year bonds over German bunds has tightened too much before Italian elections.

There Is One Major Threat Lurking in the Market -- Here's What It Is

There Is One Major Threat Lurking in the Market -- Here's What It Is

There's one threat lurking in the market, say analysts at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research.

3 Key Takeaways From Fed's Latest Monetary-Policy Statement

3 Key Takeaways From Fed's Latest Monetary-Policy Statement

Federal Reserve officials, in their first meeting of 2018, held benchmark U.S. interest rates steady in a range of 1.25% to 1.5%, as expected.

Bank of America Sees 'Modestly Hawkish' Tilt to Fed Rate Statement

Bank of America Sees 'Modestly Hawkish' Tilt to Fed Rate Statement

Federal Reserve officials, in their first meeting of 2018, held benchmark U.S. interest rates steady in a range of 1.25% to 1.5%, as expected.

Fed Keeps Rates on Hold, Says Labor Market Continues to Strengthen

Fed Keeps Rates on Hold, Says Labor Market Continues to Strengthen

Federal Reserve officials, in their first meeting of 2018, held benchmark U.S. interest rates steady in a range of 1.25% to 1.5%, as expected.