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Weekly Roundup: Stories Impacting the Markets

Weekly Roundup: Stories Impacting the Markets

A look at the most important stories impacting the markets and their implications going forward.

Trump Doesn't 'Need' a Trade Deal — What That Means for Stocks, Apple

A lot is going on. Here's how to think about the broader market and Apple.

Things Could Get Real Ugly in October

Things Could Get Real Ugly in October

This market is ready for another bout of volatility as we head into October, a month notorious for its routs.

Are We Headed for a 2020 Recession? 2 Ways to Still Find Great Stocks

Are We Headed for a 2020 Recession? 2 Ways to Still Find Great Stocks

Looking for great return in a potential recession? Here are two options.

Three Federal Reserve Members to Speak Friday - What to Listen For

Three Federal Reserve Members to Speak Friday - What to Listen For

There's a less dovish view getting louder at the Fed. Here's what investors should expect today.

Pseudo QE, Essent Group's Essence and Datadog-Cisco Intrique: Market Recon

Pseudo QE, Essent Group's Essence and Datadog-Cisco Intrique: Market Recon

Plus, defense contractors remain stocks to own as geopolitical risk isn't going away.

NY Fed to Conduct Fourth Repo Operation Friday

NY Fed to Conduct Fourth Repo Operation Friday

Efforts by the Federal Reserve to calm the overnight lending markets continue.

What Is It Going to Take to Budge This Market?

What Is It Going to Take to Budge This Market?

What has been most notable about the market is the lack of movement despite several high-profile news events.

One of the Biggest Bears Not Encouraged by Fed Rate Cuts, Optimism

One of the Biggest Bears Not Encouraged by Fed Rate Cuts, Optimism

Watch the video above to see how to navigate a tricky market, according to a veteran stock trader.

Striking Options: What does this 2nd rate cut mean for the 10-Year and Gold?

Striking Options: What does this 2nd rate cut mean for the 10-Year and Gold?

Gold bulls challenged by a divided and less dovish Fed.