Economy & Markets

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Rising U.S. Debt Load Poses A Growing Risk For Treasury Market

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The amount of outstanding U.S. Treasurys has grown to $27 trillion from about $12 trillion 10 years ago.

Compensation Plans At U.S. Small Firms Decline To Three-Year Low

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Fewer firms say they plan to boost pay in the next three months.

The Moral Hazard Of Lower Interest Rates

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At a time when asset prices are already elevated, lower borrowing costs will invite even more leverage and speculation.

U.S. Payroll Gains Not As Robust As Reported, BLS Data Suggest

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The new release adds uncertainty about the labor market as the Fed considers interest rate cuts.

Citi Wealth Says Equal-Opportunity S&P Is A Way To Play Rally

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Citi says stock gains could move beyond the megacap tech names.

Goldman Sees 'Wall Of Money' Fueling Stock Market's Summer Party

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A flood of cash from passive equity positions should boost stocks in the second half of 2024.

These Economic Statistics Could Foretell The Election, Federated's Orlando Says

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Orlando maintained his firm is sticking with its soft-landing scenario for the economy.

Ray Dalio Touts U.S. Elections, China Conflicts As Global Risks

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He worries about economic sanctions, saying economic warfare precedes military warfare.

Job Openings Fall To Lowest Since 2021 In Broad Cooldown

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The decline helped lower a ratio closely watched by the Federal Reserve to the lowest level in nearly three years.

Why Inflation Perceptions Vary So Widely

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Inflation is both better than it was and higher than it should be.

Majority Of Middle-Class Americans Say They Struggle Financially

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A sizable share of higher-income Americans also feel financially insecure.

How Billionaires Bought 70% Of Detroit's Offices And Transformed The City

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Dan Gilbert, the Fords and Ilitches have taken over much of the city.

The Normalization Of An Abnormal Job Market

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Despite alternating fears about overheating and recession, it appears that the U.S. labor market remains on a soft-landing path.

Private Credit, Wall Street's Hottest Trade, Has An Ugly Moment

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Private lenders are encountering the same problems that have battered leveraged loan investors.

Homebuyers Are Starting To Revolt Over Steep Prices Across U.S.

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House hunters are getting hit with a double-whammy: high prices and high mortgage rates.

Many Disconnected Worlds

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Anyone who looks around in 2024 could be forgiven for thinking that whatever world the stock market is living in, it isn't occupied by most humans.

Higher For Longer? Maybe Higher Forever

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It's not all bad if borrowing costs stay higher.

Vanguard Looks At Market Timing And Sees A Terrible Idea

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Market timing leads to unnecessary losses, the company's research arm says.

Hiring Pace For Low-Income Workers Still Robust, Vanguard Says

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Data show the U.S. hiring rate in April climbed to an 18-month high.

Higher Rates For Longer Mean No Escape From The Debt Squeeze

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The highest interest rates in years are taking a toll from the US to Australia.

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