Economy & Markets

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Fed's Preferred Core Inflation Gauge Rose At Brisk Pace In March

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Demand for workers is still healthy, supporting wage growth.

America Needs To Reinvent Itself, George Friedman Says

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The political scientist says the unique U.S. approach to crisis is being challenged once again.

Plunging Home Prices, Fleeing Companies: Austin's Glow Is Fading

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The Texas capital was accustomed to good news. But as tech cools, the tide was bound to turn.

Share Buybacks Vs. Dividends--WisdomTree Examines What Drives Returns

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The market has been led by growth so long, dividend stocks have become cheaper, said these analysts.

Bill Gross Says Stick To Value Stocks, Avoid Tech As U.S. Yields Soar

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His suggestions came as S&P 500 tech companies faced their worst month since September.

Housing Will Get More Expensive Because Of The Fed

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More construction is a surefire way to limit increases in home prices and rent, and that's going to take lower interest rates.

High Yields Lure Buyers As U.S. Sells $180 Billion Of Treasurys

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Demand for Treasurys holds as the government floods the market with over $180 billion in new debt this week.

U.S. Economy Slows And Inflation Jumps, Damping Soft-Landing Hopes

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The news interrupted a run of strong demand that fueled optimism for a soft landing.

Cooperman Sees Financial Crisis On Horizon, Possibly Linked To Nvidia Stock Collapse

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Private investor Leon Cooperman thinks a 50% top tax rate may be the solution to unsustainable federal debt.

U.S. 30-Year Mortgage Rate Rises To Five-Month High Of 7.24%

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Rates increased to the highest level in five months, pushing down home-purchase applications.

Advisors Need To 'Navigate' $18 Trillion Wealth Transfer, EY Says

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Advisors need to understand the needs of women and young investors to retain assets, a company report says.

'Peak' Boomer Retirements Will Reduce U.S. GDP By 7.3% By 2030, ALI Study Says

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The financial services industry is projected to lose 761,000 experienced employees during the retirement wave.

U.S. Business Activity Expands At Slowest Pace In Four Months

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New business at service providers shrank for the first time since October.

History's Clues To The Post-Rate-Cut Market

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History offers some noncommittal clues to how long the market might run before declining after first Fed cut.

UBS Cuts View On 'Big 6' Tech Stocks As Earnings Growth Slows

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The firm downgraded the big tech companies to neutral from overweight.

Mad About Models

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Ben Bernanke found significant shortcomings in the BoE's forecasting.

David Rosenberg Sees Gold Hitting $3,000, Says Recession Is 'Delayed, Not Derailed'

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The contrarian economist thinks U.S. Treasurys could provide hefty gains as inflation continues to fall.

The Ever-Changing Market Narrative

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The shift toward higher-for-longer monetary policy has contributed to recent selling pressure in an overbought equity market.

Strategists Split On U.S. Profit Outlook As Stocks Pull Back

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The focus on earnings comes at a time when the rally in stocks has been derailed.

Buying This Dip Is Better Than Cash, BNY Mellon Wealth CIO Says

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The S&P 500 is on track for a third straight week of declines.

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