He owes Apollo’s boffo start to the killing he made on an insurer’s then-skanky high-yield bonds. Then came Epstein.
In Washington, there’s a fight over more relief, as the European Union just passed a huge aid measure.
Big question: Will it keep going? Herbert Hoover’s showing was pretty good, too.
Expecting higher inflation, the asset manager has called for investing in the security that shields investors.
Blackstone head has been close to Trump, but he also is an investor in Chinese companies.
They’re the best way to offset an upward trend in the CPI, the firm advises.
History shows that equities advance an average 9.1% then, LPL research finds.
The party’s dominance will permit a third round of federal stimulus this winter, lifting 2021 GDP to 6.4% growth, the firm says, as it brightens its forecast.
Some asset classes stand to do very well, the bank finds, with no end in sight to the buck’s free-fall.
Opportunity awaits for investors while crude is stuck in ‘virus alley,’ say strategists.
Forget the 12 days of Christmas: Today marks the beginning of the traditional year-end market jump, LPL says, if it happens.
Profit forecasts are heady for next year, after 2020’s bust. But it won’t boost stocks much, John Lonski says.
Muted market gains this month, strategists say, are overshadowed by blow-out earlier months.
Northern Trust’s Browne is optimistic that the new president is simpatico with the GOP Senate leader, who blocked many Obama initiatives.
A better economy and higher interest rates should propel the woebegone sector in 2021 and 2022, it argues.