Jobs Report Stirs Fed Rate Cut Expectations
The Labor Department's jobs report reflected a cool-off in hiring for U.S. nonfarm payrolls in May. The economy also created far fewer jobs in March and April, raising expectations of the Federal Reserve slashing interest rates this year.
Implications of the Trade War with China
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, explains on Bloomberg TV why tariffs have historically been bad for markets. Implications of the Trade War with China
Dow: Longest weekly Losing Streak Since 2011
The DJIA posted its fifth consecutive weekly decline amid concerns that the U.S.-China trade war is hampering economic growth.
Chipmakers Rebound as Huawei Ban Delayed
The White House announced a temporary exemption to its export blacklist against Huawei Technologies. Shares of chipmakers advanced on the trade war reprieve.
Stocks Regain Some Ground After Trade Rout
U.S. stocks stabilized after posting a downturn on the heels of the U.S.-China trade war sell-off. A day after China's retaliatory tariffs on U.S. imports were announced, Trump hinted at progress and that a deal could be struck.
U.S. Chipmakers Down on Tariff Woes
The broader market fell on trade tensions. Concerns about the implications of higher tariffs dragged chipmakers lower.
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Wall Street Slides on Trade Tensions
U.S. stocks extended losses as concerns on the outcome of U.S.-China trade talks permeated global investor sentiment. As developments between the world's biggest economies are awaited, Fed comments on the rate outlook are being monitored.
Looking Ahead: Three Market Scenarios
Will the global business-friendly environment continue, or will markets feel the pain of fiscal fade and protectionist policies? Josh Kutin, Head of Asset Allocation, North America, outlines the key scenarios.
Global Equities: 2018 Review, 2019 Outlook
One big lesson for investors from 2018 is that you can’t really anticipate every political or economic risk that comes up and try to insulate your portfolio from all of it. As we enter 2019, there are reasons to be defensive, but also spread your exposure to some undervalued opportunities. US Equities: Could 2018 Pain Become 2019 Gain?