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In poll, economists say they expect Congress to pass tax cuts by Nov. 2018

August 14, 2017

The pros who make their living forecasting the economy overwhelmingly expect President Donald J. Trump and his fellow Republicans to push through tax cuts in time for next year's congressional elections. They just don't think that the reductions...

Is inflation a real and present danger?

August 9, 2017

Inflation has been deader than a dinosaur's doorknob ever since the end of the financial crisis. But a growing number of fund groups and research firms have started to make the case for higher inflation in the next few years. Only time will...

9 bear markets and the events that caused them

August 8, 2017

“Bull markets don’t die of old age; they die of fright.” And usually, that fright comes not from elevated prices or mass panic, but from exogenous events: war, oil shortages, unexpected financial collapse. Here’s a look at the nine bear...

RIAs less optimistic about economy and stock market

August 1, 2017

​ After reaching new highs at the start of the year, optimism about the economy and the stock market has slipped among registered investment advisers, according to a mid-year survey of RIA sentiment from TD Ameritrade Institutional. Sixty...

Central banks must use caution in further tightening, Gross says

July 20, 2017

It won't take much for the Federal Reserve to raise short-term interest rates too far, triggering an economic reversal making indebted students, corporations and other borrowers unable to repay loans, according to billionaire bond manager Bill...

American dream sinking into abyss of uncertainty

July 18, 2017

With informed discussion, creative thinking, and timely legislative action, Social Security can continue to protect future generations. That boilerplate language has been featured more or less verbatim in the yearly status report from the trustees...

Former Treasury Secretary Jack Lew: DOL fiduciary rule has 'important purpose'

June 15, 2017

Former Treasury Secretary Jack Lew kicked off the Pershing Insite conference in San Diego on Wednesday afternoon with a nod to the implementation of the Department of Labor's newly enacted fiduciary rule. When prompted by the moderator, Mr....

American politics is No. 1 'hot topic' with clients: survey

June 13, 2017

Clients are more skittish than usual, and it's the U.S. political environment that has them nervous about whether they are on track financially. Over the past six months, 84% of advisers said they have needed to reassure clients that they'll...

Bill Gross: US markets at highest risk levels since before financial crisis

June 7, 2017

U.S. markets are at their highest risk levels since before the 2008 financial crisis because investors are paying a high price for the chances they're taking, according to Bill Gross, manager of the $2 billion Janus Henderson Global Unconstrained...

Trump budget seeking $3.6 trillion in cuts draws skepticism

May 23, 2017

President Donald Trump would dramatically reduce the U.S. government's role in society with $3.6 trillion in spending cuts over the next 10 years in a budget plan that shrinks the safety net for the poor, recent college graduates and farmers....

8 points financial advisers need to make with clients before the next correction

May 22, 2017

Preparing clients for a possible 10% to 20% correction in U.S. equity markets requires financial advisers walk the thin line between having clients understand the current risk without creating a sell frenzy. Here’s what proactive advisers...

Markets fall in reaction to Trump turmoil

May 17, 2017

European and Asian equity markets slumped in the wake of the worst day in eight months for U.S. stocks as the political crisis engulfing U.S. President Donald J. Trump's administration drove investors to the safety of bonds. Shares across Europe...

Stocks and bonds sending out divergent outlooks on economy

April 25, 2017

Markets are taking sides when it comes to the direction of the U.S. economy. In the green corner are stocks. The Standard & Poor's 500 index is just 0.3% away from a record high reached in March on bets that Donald J. Trump's administration...

Charles Schwab executive Jeffrey Kleintop debunks idea of 'Trump rally,' attributes market climb to fundamentals

April 24, 2017

Charles Schwab executive Jeffrey Kleintop has a message for supporters of President Donald J. Trump who believe his election is behind recent stock market gains: The rally is not about him. The president's advocates attribute the upturn to anticipation...

Vanguard's Joe Davis on interest rates, the US economy and what the Federal Reserve will do next

March 23, 2017

Joe Davis is Vanguard's global chief economist and head of the Vanguard Investment Strategy Group, which helps set the Valley Forge, Pa., fund behemoth's asset allocation strategy. Mr. Davis spoke with InvestmentNews about the outlook for interest...

Expect slow but steady economic growth worldwide

March 20, 2017

Joe Davis, Ph.D. Global Chief Economist Vanguard's economic team, led by Global Chief Economist Joe Davis, Ph.D., projects what various market and economic events the coming year may bring along with challenges and opportunities for investors....

Clients fret as bull market reaches 8th birthday

March 6, 2017

The bull market has reached its 8th birthday, and advisers are starting to tell their clients to tone down their expectations for the next few years. The Standard & Poor's 500 stock index hit bottom on March 9, 2009, after tumbling 57% from...

Markets looking for policy details in Trump's speech

February 27, 2017

Donald Trump's address to Congress on Tuesday is taking on the importance of a State of the Union speech when it comes to U.S. financial markets. For investors relying on more than a year of campaign promises of a pro-growth agenda to push U.S....

Lower taxes could hit municipal bond yields

February 13, 2017

The one drawback to lower tax rates: Muni bond prices could take a hit, according to Peter Hayes, BlackRock's head of municipal bonds. People buy municipal bonds primarily because their interest is free from federal, and sometimes state, income...

European stocks far cheaper than US stocks

February 10, 2017

If you're looking for cheap stocks, Europe is the place to go, says Bank of America Merrill Lynch. But political and sovereign debt risks are one reason Europe is so cheap. In a paper released Thursday, titled "Europe vs. U.S.: The earnings...

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