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Market Movers: September FOMC Meeting

Market Movers: September FOMC Meeting

The market has high expectations for a September rate cut. Is now the right time?

Your Need to Know - Goodbye Summer Driving Season

Your Need to Know - Goodbye Summer Driving Season

As the summer driving season comes to a close, energy markets are absorbing the latest EIA data.

Managers Who Make This Move Are Betting on a Selloff -- But This Could Backfire

Managers Who Make This Move Are Betting on a Selloff -- But This Could Backfire

Some managers are moving into cash, a trend that stock investors don't want to see continue.

Not Long Bonds Yet? Here's Why There's Still a Good Opportunity

Not Long Bonds Yet? Here's Why There's Still a Good Opportunity

I'm playing for the move down to 1% or 0.50% and earning yield while I wait.

U.S. Mortgage Boom Resumes as Interest Rates Fall to 3-Year Low

U.S. Mortgage Boom Resumes as Interest Rates Fall to 3-Year Low

Applications for new home loans increased by 2% last week, as the average fixed interest rate on a 30-year conventional mortgage rate fell to a three-year low, the Mortgage Bankers Association says.

With China Easing on Trade, Stocks Rise But Treasury Yields Stay Put

With China Easing on Trade, Stocks Rise But Treasury Yields Stay Put

Here's everything you need to know in markets given China's conciliatory stance on trade.

Optimism Wanes at U.S. Small Businesses as Recession Warnings Mount

Optimism Wanes at U.S. Small Businesses as Recession Warnings Mount

The National Federation of Independent Business says its optimism index falls by 1.6 points to a reading of 103.1 in August.

Market Moves Appear Decent, but Don't Be Deceived

Market Moves Appear Decent, but Don't Be Deceived

This is some of the most unusual market action that we have seen in a while, and increased vigilance and defense are paramount.

Recession Fears Are Here to Stay as Risks Abound

Recession Fears Are Here to Stay as Risks Abound

A top wealth manager is warning of a recession more each day, it seems.

September Market Outlook: Is it Hurricane Season for Investors?

September Market Outlook: Is it Hurricane Season for Investors?

In his September market outlook, Rob Isbitts advises investors to prepare for the worst, while looking for ways to take advantage of whatever comes next.