• Will Wall Street See The Tariff War Truce As The Bear Market's End?

    12 days ago - By Forbes

    The all-clear has yet to be sounded
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  • 'A bumpy ride ahead': Here's how Wall Street is reacting to Trump and Xi's trade war deal

    'A bumpy ride ahead': Here's how Wall Street is reacting to Trump and Xi's trade war deal

    12 days ago - By Business Insider

    Presidents Trump and Xi came to a tentative truce on trade at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    The positive nature of the talks has seen markets surge on Monday.
    But what are analysts saying about the agreement?
    Business Insider took a look at notes released by major research houses, investment banks, and asset managers since the deal was struck on Saturday evening.
    Presidents Trump and Xi came to a tentative truce on trade at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina, postponing the next round of tariffs and agreeing to a 90-day window for further discussions.
    This means that...
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  • Invesco executive warns about major market sell-off

    Invesco executive warns about major market sell-off

    12 days ago - By Biz Journals

    An executive from Atlanta-based Invesco is worried that Wall Street has been ignoring a major risk to the economy: Wage growth.
    Kristina Hooper, chief global market strategist for the investment management company, told CNBC that November's job report set to released Friday could spark a major sell-off.
    “Many have said we don't have to worry about inflation right now because look at where oil prices are. That's taking pressure off markets. But as we know, the Fed doesn't care about headline...
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  • 'It ends next year:' What Wall Street's biggest firms are forecasting for the stock market in 2019, and where they say you should put your money

    'It ends next year:' What Wall Street's biggest firms are forecasting for the stock market in 2019, and where they say you should put your money

    12 days ago - By Business Insider

    Most equity strategists at major Wall Street firms expect 2019 to be another positive year for the stock market, but with major setbacks.
    The feverish gains previously seen during this bull market run are not expected to last much longer, and assets that previously underperformed are falling back into favor.
    Business Insider rounded up the forecasts and investing tips for navigating 2019 from strategists at Wall Street's top firms.
    "Own stocks, but it ends next year."
    That quote, from Savita Subramanian at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, neatly sums up the outlook for next year from most...
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