Monthly Archives: January 2017
Invitation Homes Inc. raised $1.54 billion in its initial public offering Tuesday, according to a person familiar with the offering, making it the largest U.S.-listed IPO in more than a year. The real-estate investment trust sold 77 million shares at $… Continue reading
Lead scores the biggest gain in January among commodities. Gold ends
Why robots can’t do it alone
With inflation expected to rise this year, and a concurrently strengthening U.S. dollar seen eating into any gains that might be made by pure gold, investors may want to consider a niche asset class as a protection against market turbulence: rare coins… Continue reading
Exchange-traded funds have long been one of the hottest items on Wall Street, with investors pouring billions of dollars into them in recent years. And the shift may only be gaining steam.
Even with a month-end fade, the S&P 500 Index returned 2%.
European stocks close lower Thursday, with analysts in part blaming a stronger euro for the drop.
The exchange-traded funds that track the biotech sector saw huge swings on Tuesday, with investors reacting both positively and negatively to comments from President Donald Trump that could indicate policies representing both headwinds and tailwinds fo… Continue reading
Treasurys tread water as investors await the outcome of a two-day Federal Reserve meeting and gauge reaction to President Donald Trump’s policies.
Investors are overly bullish, so hold more cash and wait for your pitch, Michael Sincere writes.