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Compiled by Jesse CohenWall Street’s major indices are on track to end 2020 at all-time highs as optimism over progress on the COVID-19 vaccine front—combined with optimism over additional...
by Caroline Gerber 2020 is finishing up in a very different place from where it began. Early in the year equity markets were soaring to new records, the US economy looked to be indestructible and the...
By Caroline Gerber 2020 has been a year to remember. It’s probably safe to say the highs were higher, the lows much lower. In February equities markets edged toward new records, only to collapse...
by Caroline Gerber This is part two of our annual outlook for the coming year. Part one focused on the direction equities could take in 2020. During 2019, equities rallied to all-time highs despite...
By Caroline Gerber Risk-on investor sentiment has propelled markets to new records as 2019 comes to a close. In the last few weeks of the year, U.S. equities rallied to all-time highs with the...
Wall Street’s major indices are on track to end the year at all-time highs as the "phase- one" U.S.-China trade deal appears to have eased some of the uncertainty on the global economic outlook....
Join Investing.com senior analysts Jesse Cohen and Clement Thibault as they review the most significant events to rock financial markets last week and discuss what’s in store for the week...
by Blanche Gatt U.K. lawmakers have crashed headfirst into the Brexit brick wall once too often. In frustration, Parliament has now wrested control of the process from PM Theresa May’s...
by Pauline Thomas What Just Happened? It was widely expected that the UK parliament would vote down Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit withdrawal deal, however the majority of 230 votes marks...
by Natalie Erlich After Wall Street suffered its worst annual losses in a decade, investors looking for better returns may finally pivot to emerging markets, which remain very cheap compared to U.S....