S&P 500 has worst first half in 52 years, thanks to economic heebie-jeebies
The S&P 500 reverses its recent rise, as the Conference Board report chills investors.
They are now slightly profitable, while every other asset class is getting creamed.
As the market blips up for a change, the firm’s top economist sees dwindling profit margins as saving the day.
A fierce headwind is gathering that threatens to blow apart the housing boom.
It’s a classic recession portent. But inversion’s predictive record is spotty.
A lot of central bank observers think inflation is dire enough to go for the big 0.75 percentage point rate increase.
A higher May CPI is not good news for the markets.
U.S. public pensions entered 2022 well-funded, but they could falter without significant governance reforms.
In midterm election years, it’s the worst, and in other times it’s no prize either, says LPL’s Detrick.
Leverage can distort managers’ results, making them look better than they are, its study charges.