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Why China's COVID policies are rattling investors again

Why China’s COVID policies are rattling investors again

Investors in China-related assets who had expected a significant easing of COVID restrictions were disappointed this week as the country battles the worst wave of cases since the outbreak in Shanghai earlier this year. China-related ETFs fell this week, with shares of the iShares MSCI China MCHI ETF, -1.82% lose 3.4%. The KraneShares CSI China …

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Has the market bottom been reached?  5 reasons why US stocks could continue to suffer as we approach next year.

Has the market bottom been reached? 5 reasons why US stocks could continue to suffer as we approach next year.

With the S&P 500 holding above 4,000 and the CBOE volatility gauge, known as Wall Street’s “Vix” or “fear gauge,” VIX, +0.74% having fallen to one of its lowest levels of the year, many Wall Street investors are starting to wonder if the lows are finally being reached for stocks – especially now that the …

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Black Friday can offer investors clues as to how much gas is left in the tank: here's what to watch out for

Black Friday can offer investors clues as to how much gas is left in the tank: here’s what to watch out for

Black Friday comes at an interesting time for the American consumer. Buyers have seemingly persevered this year despite an all-out assault on their wallets and net worth — from falling stock prices and, more recently, home valuations, to runaway inflation that has eroded their purchasing power. But after a host of major US retailers, including …

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Even JPMorgan bullish strategist Kolanovic says the markets are getting ahead of themselves.  Here's what he and a Goldman strategist say do now.

Even JPMorgan bullish strategist Kolanovic says the markets are getting ahead of themselves. Here’s what he and a Goldman strategist say do now.

A bullish day is looming for equities after more upbeat inflation news as producer prices fell more than expected. That’s when the clock ticks down to Wednesday’s retail sales report. But while some investors cling to hope that last week’s stock run started with last week’s weaker CPI inflation report, Wall Street remains wary, with …

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The Dow is outperforming, which could be a sign that the latest stock market rally is about to die down

The Dow is outperforming, which could be a sign that the latest stock market rally is about to die down

As investors seek refuge in more defensive stocks, a market tech sees the Dow’s growing outperformance margin against the S&P 500 and Nasdaq as a sign that the latest rally in stocks could fade quickly like the last . In a Monday note to clients, Jonathan Krinsky, chief market technician at BTIG, said the Dow …

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Inflation will drop 'significantly' next year, Goldman Sachs economists say

Inflation will drop ‘significantly’ next year, Goldman Sachs economists say

According to Goldman Sachs, the Federal Reserve’s preferred measure of inflation will fall below 3% by the end of next year as supply constraints ease, the cost of housing declines and the labor market will cool. Such an outcome could allow the Federal Reserve to be less aggressive in its cycle of raising interest rates …

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