Inflation was a first-quarter problem. Investors are now fretting over the potential tax bill companies could face as part of President Joe Biden’s proposed $2.25 trillion infrastructure plan.
The prospect of tax hikes may not have derailed gains in U.S. stocks yet, but 100 years of data say the market is far from impervious to them.
A closer look at the GameStop Corp. options market shows another David-versus-Goliath battle, once again pitting large institutional firms against retail traders.
Wall Street strategists are going all-in on reflation bets that powered global markets through last week’s U.S. political mayhem and the spreading pandemic.
Each market milestone passed in 2020 is a reminder of the Federal Reserve’s extraordinary efforts to hold things aloft -- and a belief that it’ll continue.
The Russell 2000 has advanced more than 12% since a recent low on Sept. 23 -- almost twice as much as the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100.
Investors should consider alternatives such as private credit as they search for positive yield in a world of low or negative interest rates, says Nuveen.
Not everyone sees the bottom as necessarily reached.