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The S&P 500 breaks the 3,000 level for the first time ever after the Fed indicated easy money policies in the cards.
Investors seeking to participate in the S&P 500 rally could consider ETFs that replicate the index.
Is an inevitable rate cut impervious to a continued narrative of relatively strong economic data?
This S&P 500 ETF hits a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store for this ETF?
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Fed Chair Powell remains troubled by uncertainty over trade, global growth and unresolved issues with Brexit and the U.S. debt ceiling.
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This 224K number easily takes out the roughly 170K consensus estimate, with revisions to the previous two months notably downward.
Inside the ETF asset flow for the first half 2019.
For the first time since 2016, earnings are expected to fall year-over-year. Is it a sign of a slowdown or a red herring for investors?
ADP's 102K was beneath the 143K consensus expectation. Initial Jobless Claims dipped back down into its long-term range to 221K, after an upwardly revised 229K last read.
June was stellar for Wall Street thanks to dovish comments from big central banks, oil price rise and cues of U.S.-China trade truce.
Today, we expect new motor vehicle sales numbers after the opening bell. We also look toward to a speech scheduled for Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester.
A trade-war truce between Presidents Trump and Xi came to fruition after their private meeting in Osaka, Japan this weekend.
These sectors have come across as top-performing in the first half of 2019, thanks mainly to a dovish Fed.
If the scheduled meeting between Presidents Trump and Xi goes well tomorrow, we may see invigorated market indexes to start next week.
The entire investment community is hoping for positive results from the G-20 summit meeting. We discuss some ETFs which are set to gain directly from any positive development.
While Q1 GDP stayed at a strong number, jobless claims seem to be creeping in the wrong direction.
The dollar index is supposed to log its biggest monthly slump since 2018, per Forbes. These ETFs have benefited from the move.