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April may bring a halt to the decline in stocks, but heightened volatility may not be going away for a long time.
There have been some violent market moves recently, but it’s important for investors to keep things in perspective.
Globally diversifying your portfolio can help cushion against wild market swings and can likely give you more consistent performance over time.
Economic growth has been an important factor driving the stocks market over the past year. But what if that economic support is now fading?
Jeff Kleintop joins Randy Frederick for this week’s Stock Market Report to talk about one of the key drivers of all this volatility.
As the NCAA basketball tournament gets down to the Sweet Sixteen, it is a good time to reflect on sixteen competing drivers of the markets that may make for an exciting showdown in the weeks and months to come.
The newly enacted tariffs on steel and aluminum have raised broader questions about the economic impacts of restrictions on trade. Should investors be concerned?

Global stocks gave up roughly half of their recovery from the February correction last week as President Trump previewed his plan to impose a 25% tariff on steel imports and 10% on aluminum.

The worst of the current global stock market correction may be over, but it is unlikely to be the last one this year. Unfortunately, there are a lot of misconceptions about what signals the end of a correction.
Randy Frederick and Jeff Kleintop discuss the different factors that can cause the market to bounce back from a correction.
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