Asia Stocks Face Mixed Start; Pound Holds Advance: Markets Wrap
While the paring isn’t huge, it’s something new for investors, who have enjoyed mostly upward revisions ever since Trump’s term.
The outlook was decidedly bullish for U.S. stocks and developing-nation assets a year ago, with both forecast to build upon 2017.
Asian stocks were poised for a mixed end to a rough week.
Death Cross Is Staring Down S&P 500 Bulls After Terrible Week
With the latest rout, Bitcoin has now plummeted more than 80 percent from its all-time high a year ago.
It’s just that traders have become unable to anticipate what issue will drive the day’s trading and when it will hit.
Asia Stocks Set for Muted Start; Dollar Gains: Markets Wrap
As Election Anxiety Returns, Wall Street Plans to Get Defensive
The digital token dropped as much as 4.2 percent to $3,567, flirting with the prior 2018 low of $3,522 reached Nov. 26.
S&P 500 Index contracts plunged as much as 1.9 percent from Tuesday’s close.
Bitcoin Technical Indicators Point to More Pain After Tough Year
A bigger issue than Trump or the U.S. Fed is underscoring investor anxiety.
Long-Term Treasury ETF Surges as the Yield Curve Flattens
The spread between three- and five-year Treasury yields turned negative for the first time in more than a decade.
All you need to know about what’s moving markets today.
The “Dow vigilantes” are back.
The last five days have brought a distinct lightening in the load for U.S. investors.
Regional Banks ETFs Take a Hit as Housing Cools, Lending Slows
Trade Truce Brings Relief as Aussie, Yuan Gain: Markets Wrap
U.S. stock futures surged as a cessation of hostilities between the U.S. and China in their trade war.