Monthly Archives: October 2017
Senators pressed representatives from three technology giants to explain why they didn’t recognize Russia-linked accounts earlier, as the officials struck a contrite tone about the role their services played in stoking political tensions during the 2016 campaign
On what is arguably the scariest day of the year, one Wall Street strategist shared a list of his top five worries for the stock market that could potentially kill this monster of a rally in its track.
While fundamental analysis of the U.S. stock market may leave you concerned about stretched valuations, technical analysis should calm your nerves: the long-term upward trend is still intact for now, according to Morgan Stanley analysts
U.S. Treasury yields hold their ground early Tuesday as investors await the commencement of the Federal Reserve’s two-day policy meeting, which may offer Wall Street further clues about monetary policy, even if a rate increase isn’t expected this time.
The Bank of England is expected to raise its interest rates Thursday, driven to the decision by high U.K. inflation and despite other economic indicators pointing in the opposite direction. But U.K. spending could be deeply hurt by the move, economists… Continue reading
Trump’s choice could have an influence on mortgage rates for years to come.
Members of the military have historically been the targets of predatory lenders.
These “Benjamin Button” companies have outgunned Washington, writes Michael Brush.
Automatic Data Processing plans to file a complaint to the Securities and Exchange Commission that investor Bill Ackman, who is looking to gain seats on the human-resources software company’s board of directors, made ‘false and misleading” comments.
Barring a sudden drop, the likes of which wouldn’t have been seen on Wall Street for years, major U.S. stock indexes are on track to end October sharply higher. That’s good news for investors looking out toward the next six to 12 months.