Sentiment survey finds positive sentiment drops to 48% from 67%.
Baa–rated issues reach record, although defaults at this stage are not worrisome, Moody’s data indicates.
The late Vanguard founder was best known for passive investing. But he decried its offspring, exchange-traded funds, as an abomination.
M&A was the largest motivator, as a record number of campaigns were launched.
Billionaire hedge fund operator offsets equity stake in woebegone PG&E with purchase of liability claims against it.
Nuveen’s veteran stock strategist thinks it will surpass the 1990s’ record by summer.
Historically, the S&P 500 has been flat when federal functions grind to a halt, and the index is up 7.5% since the latest closure.
Survey finds 55% of corporate financial chiefs expect a downturn, a marked decline in optimism.
Under Federal Reserve chief, the S&P 500 has a history of selling off when the policymaking body meets.
Though he has been wrong before. Remember ‘irrational exuberance’?
CFRA’s market guru sees nation avoiding both an ‘EPS recession’ and an economic one.
Move follows recent money laundering investigation.
Pharmaceutical firm to transfer $3.8 billion in US pension liabilities to annuity.
The country’s state pension buffer says government institutions should swap fossil fuels for alternative energies in the next 10 years.
Bank wants enough onshore solar and wind energy to power an Oxford-sized area.