Hvad Dow’s fremragende oktober og Big Techs grimme rute siger om aktiemarkedet lige nu

Hvad Dow’s fremragende oktober og Big Techs grimme rute siger om aktiemarkedet lige nu

Den sidste uge bød på en fortælling om to markeder, hvor stigninger for Dow Jones Industrial Average satte blue-chip-måleren på sporet til dens bedste oktober nogensinde, mens Big Tech-sværvægtere led en shellacking, der fik markedsveteraner til at huske dot-com-busten i begyndelsen af ​​2000’erne. “Du har et tovtrækkeri,” sagde Dan Suzuki, stedfortrædende investeringsdirektør hos Richard Bernstein … Read more

Boeing reports a huge loss. But cash flow is more important.

Boeing reports a huge loss.  But cash flow is more important.

Boeing reported third-quarter results that missed Wall Street estimates by a mile. It’s not great, but investors probably won’t care because B oing cash flow improved. Boeing (ticker: BA) on Wednesday reported an adjusted loss per stock at $5.49 from $16 billion in sales.

Why investors are fleeing Chinese assets as Xi tightens his grip on power

Why investors are fleeing Chinese assets as Xi tightens his grip on power

China’s supreme leader Xi Jinping secured a groundbreaking third term on Sunday, installing a new Politburo Standing Committee with loyalists in a clean slate not seen since the era of Communist Party founder Mao Zedong. Financial markets were rattled by expectations that Xi’s policy agenda of strengthening national security and party political security would shift … Read more

Coca-Cola and 4 other quality stocks to strengthen your portfolio

Coca-Cola and 4 other quality stocks to strengthen your portfolio

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The stock market had a great week, but it hasn’t gone anywhere in a month. Inside a very volatile market.

The stock market had a great week, but it hasn’t gone anywhere in a month.  Inside a very volatile market.

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Another big interest rate hike is on the way. Why the stock market rose.

Another big interest rate hike is on the way.  Why the stock market rose.

Another big interest rate hike is on the way. Why the stock market rose.

Dow jumps nearly 750 points as stocks end higher, bond yields fall on reports Fed may switch to smaller rate hikes after November

Dow jumps nearly 750 points as stocks end higher, bond yields fall on reports Fed may switch to smaller rate hikes after November

U.S. stocks closed sharply higher on Friday as investors weighed a Wall Street Journal story and comments from Federal Reserve officials suggesting the central bank may shift to smaller rate hikes after its November meeting. Investors also weathered intraday volatility in stocks as about $2 trillion in notional value of options on stocks, indexes and … Read more

‘Crazy’ financial market at risk of ‘large-scale forced selling’ or surprise leading to collapse, BofA says

‘Crazy’ financial market at risk of ‘large-scale forced selling’ or surprise leading to collapse, BofA says

The world’s deepest and most liquid interest rate market is in big, big trouble. For months, traders, academics and other analysts have worried that the $23.7 trillion Treasury market could be the source of the next financial crisis. So last week, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen acknowledged concerns about a potential collapse in sovereign debt … Read more

Stock market sell-off could spell another 20% drop for S&P 500, says Wall Street veteran

Stock market sell-off could spell another 20% drop for S&P 500, says Wall Street veteran

““I generally believe that interest rates will continue to go higher and inflation will not fall as much as expected.”“ — Thomas Peterffy, chairman and founder of Interactive Brokers Thomas Peterffy, chairman and founder of Interactive Brokers Group Inc. IBKR, +5.94%, believes the S&P 500 could fall nearly 20% from Wednesday’s levels to bottom around … Read more