Federal Reserve policymakers are widely expected to vote in favor of cutting rates by at least a quarter-point when their two-day meeting wraps up on Wednesday. The question is whether the Fed will hint that it's joining in the race to zero, and of course whether it will win.
Trade war optimism lifted stock last week. Monday, stocks fell as the chances the Fed cuts rates twice in 2019 dropped considerably.
The drone attacks on Saudi oil operations even could influence the Fed's thinking on inflation and rates.
A lot happened Friday. Here's how to think about your portfolio going forward.
Risks are growing in the junk-bond market as low interest rates spur higher risk-taking on the part of yield-hungry investors, Bank of America warns in a new report.
The University of Michigan says its consumer-sentiment index jumps to a reading of 92 during the first part of September, rebounding after a plunge in August, when President Donald Trump's escalation of the trade war with China roiled U.S. stock and bond markets.
Out of all the EU-exposed companies, here are five of the most exposed and most sensitive to the economic cycle in the eurozone.
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