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The Fed might want to reserve some rates cuts for when they are staring a recession right in the face.Read More ›
Suddenly, everything is seeming pretty peachy. Financial markets appear to be stabilizing as investors digest news concerning the U.S.-China trade war and monetary policy across the globe.
Bond investors are still seeing some turbulence ahead as yields continue to bounce around their lows; the 10-year Treasury yield approached the 2% mark again yesterday.Read More ›
Stocks continue to recover from a distressing May on increasing dovishness from central bankers and signs of stimulus in China, but tariffs remain a mixed bag. United Technologies and Raytheon have agreed to a merger valued at roughly $90 billion that will create the second-largest U.S. defense-aerospace company after Boeing. Investors apparently aren’t thrilled with the prospect of the combined business as both companies faced notable losses yesterday.Read More ›
European politics over the weekend seized the financial markets’ spotlight, as voters took to the polls to elect representatives to the European Parliament, one of the governing legislative bodies for the European Union.Read More ›