Corporate bond ETFs garnered investors' love for Federal Reserve???s unprecedented corporate debt purchasing program.
Strength in consumer demand -- along with a healthy dollop of Fed and congressional relief -- has borne out a quick relative recovery in the overall jobs market.
Famous economist John Maynard Keynes said, "the markets can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent," be cautious and flexible as market conditions evolve.
New jobs data consumes the rest of this holiday-shortened week, with Q2 earnings season hitting the accelerator in the coming weeks. Should company results prove better than expected, we may continue to...
It is widely believed that the major technology companies' resilience to the coronavirus crisis has supported the tech-heavy index.
Pre-markets are modestly in the red this morning. Currently, the Nasdaq is on pace for its strongest quarter since Q4 2001.
Given the recent challenges, the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones are in red from a year-to-date look while the Nasdaq has outperformed, gaining nearly 9%.
Personal Income and Consumer Spending for May are demonstrating the wild volatility we've begun to grow accustomed to in the market.
Strength in major players in the technological sector leads Nasdaq to eighth day of straight gains and a record-high closing.
We have highlighted 10 ETFs that have seen higher dollar volume so far this year and are thus the top 10 volume leaders of 1H.
Today's jobless claims brings total new claims since the week of March 21 this year to a whopping 47.3 million.
All major indexes dipped over 2% today as fears of another pandemic wave rise
The index has been mainly powered by the soaring technology sector, which accounts for nearly half of the portfolio.
The Tech Spread Continues to Expand: Should We Be Worried?
Americans appear confident we can continue climbing out of our deep hole. Certainly the stock market is betting we will.
Last week witnessed a tug-of-war between bulls and bears.
In a tug of war between bulls and bears, the Dow Jones and S&P 500 gained at least 1% each last week while the Nasdaq Composite Index advanced over 3%.
Last week was moderate for the Wall Street despite rising coronavirus cases.
I think the markets have some room for a pullback at these seemingly frothy levels
We have seen our deficit come down steadily over the past 4 quarters, but initiatives to thwart the coronavirus pandemic may bring us a new trajectory in Q2.