Economy & Markets

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Vanguard Urges Investors ‘Right-Size' Toward Bonds On Fed Delay

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The world's second-largest asset manager sees the potential for better risk-adjusted returns for bonds than stocks.

Jobs Post Smallest Gain In Six Months As Unemployment Rises

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A new report signaled further evidence that demand for workers is moderating.

Bill Gross Says Total Return Strategy He Pioneered Is 'Dead'

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The billionaire investor known as the "bond king" said that yields nowadays don't allow much room for price appreciation.

J.P. Morgan's Kelly Says Economy Far From Miserable, Sees Rate Cut This Year

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Strategist David Kelly noted that the so-called "misery index" is at one of its lowest points in 60 years.

Jerome Powell Offered Markets A Reprieve. It Vanished In A Blink

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Investors are now unsure if rates will be cut at all this year.

U.S. Labor Costs Rise By Most In A Year As Productivity Cools

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Productivity rose at a 0.3% annualized rate after a 3.5% gain in the prior period.

Does The Growth Rally Have Extra Innings?

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Market strategists evaluate the crowd enthusiasm and ponder a pivot to value.

The Art Of Trouncing An Index

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The Needham Aggressive Growth Fund has a knack for finding big winners.

Over Three-Quarters Of Baby Boomers Will Stay Put In Homes As They Age

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They have big financial incentives to stay put in their homes, Redfin found.

A Biden Victory Favors Growth Stocks; Trump Would Benefit Value

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Both candidates appear unlikely to address the federal debt time bomb.

Should Investors Sell In May?

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April seems set to break a streak of five positive months for stocks that stretched from November through March.

A Drought Of Treasury Bills Risks Muddying End Of Fed's Balance-Sheet Tightening

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Traders are wary that the dwindling amount of notes available could fall far short of demand.

Rogoff Says Markets Will Thwart Any Political Pressure On Fed

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Market reactions would throw a "cold bucket of water" on any president who tries to manipulate the Fed, he said.

The End Of Magical Debt Thinking

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With higher interest rates, the idea that any economic problem can be solved with more government borrowing has become untenable.

Labor Costs Rise By Most In Year In Sign Of Wage Pressures

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The index that measures wages and benefits increased 1.2%.

Advisors Need To Rethink Their Diversification Strategies, Morningstar Says

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It's time to look past old reliables like real estate and high-yield bonds, a new Morningstar report says.

Fidelity: Inflation May Be Down, But It's Not Out

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The firm's lead inflation analyst thinks 3% inflation could linger long term.

In-Demand Workers Are Staying Put As Labor Market Cools

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The slowing churn may be good news for the Federal Reserve.

Stagflation Loses Showdown With Magnificent Seven

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Markets are reacting to mixed economic news and earnings on the understanding that it could be worse.

Stocks Trade For 390 Minutes A Day. Increasingly, Only 10 Matter

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About a third of all S&P 500 stock trades are now executed in the final 10 minutes of the session.

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