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Politics can affect many of your financial decisions. What’s the best way to understand the impact of policy and political changes on your investments?
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Stocks have broken out on the upside but remain below all-time highs. Trade, global events, and mixed economic data suggest continued volatility.
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The American consumer is vital to both the American and world economies. The picture appears quite healthy on the surface, but are some cracks developing?
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Schwab's view on the real estate sector, which covers companies involved in real estate and includes equity REITs.
On this episode of Stock Market Report, Jeff Kleintop discusses the role central banks are, or perhaps aren’t, playing in the current global economic slowdown.
Liz Ann Sonders takes a closer look at recent jobs data, and explains how its different metrics act as economic indicators.
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Myriad economic, market and policy battles are raging today; providing some color, but lots of gray area as we look ahead to the second half of the year.
Liz Ann Sonders discusses both the current and potential impacts that the trade war with China could have on the U.S. economy.
Collin Martin explains preferred securities and the place they can have in a well-diversified portfolio.
Michael Townsend looks at two major U.S. trade decisions regarding China and the deal to replace NAFTA, and explains how they could potentially affect the markets.
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