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Latest Market Volatility Affects Stocks

Prices on U.S. goods and services have generally been rising at roughly the pace investors expected, according to the latest...

Unemployment Rate Hits 48-Year-Low to Start Fourth Quarter

Domestic economic data was mixed last week. The biggest headline was that the U.S. added 134,000 new jobs in September—significantly...

Fed Raises Rates as Third Quarter Comes to a Close

The Fed, as expected, raised a key short-term interest rate last week as the U.S. economy exhibited a mix of...

Investors Shrug Off Trade Concerns and Push Stocks Higher

Weekly initial jobless claims came in much lower than expected last week, while the Philadelphia Fed manufacturing index significantly exceeded...

Investors Cheer Strong Consumers, Moderate Inflation

Optimistic consumers and lower-than-expected inflation characterized much of the economic news in the U.S. last week. The University of Michigan...

Strong Economy and Jobs Market As September Begins

It was another week of solid economic data in the U.S., including:

Confident Consumers Help Power More Market Gains

U.S. economic data for the week was mostly robust. The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence indicator exceeded expectations, coming in at...

Energy and Retail Help Push Stocks Higher

The U.S. economy saw better-than-expected jobless claims and greater draws on crude oil inventories last week. That said, most economic...

Consumer Spending Strong in Summer

It was a tale of two economies last week. On one hand, consumers are showing strength—as evidenced by retail and...

U.S. Economic Strength Helps Domestic Equities Outperform

Key inflation data for the month of July was released last week. Core inflation (as measured by the consumer price...

Financials Shine as Bond Prices Fall

Economic data out of the U.S. last week was upbeat: Housing starts, retail sales and industrial production all came in...

Global Stocks Rise for the Week

Economic data coming out of the U.S. last week was disappointing. Initial jobless claims were higher than expected, while we...

Stocks Slump on Trump’s Tariff Talk

U.S. economic data disappointed last week, with initial jobless claims and the unemployment rate higher than expected. Additionally, factory orders,...

Strong Week, but Rough Quarter for Financial Markets

The final week of the first quarter saw generally positive economic data in the U.S. Jobless claims fell to their...

A Soft Week for Stocks Despite More Signs of Economic Oomph

Economic data in the U.S. was mostly positive last week. Employment data—including changes in nonfarm payrolls and initial jobless claims—came...

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