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With September’s FOMC meeting in the rear-view mirror, the focus likely turns back to trade, which appears to be a little more uncertain after China trade officials cancelled a planned meeting with U.S. farmers. From a near-term perspective, taking a cautious stance is likely more prudent for traders.
How to decipher the Fed’s quarterly “dot-plot” chart.
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Central banks in Europe and Japan have pushed policy rates below zero. Here are five reasons why we think negative yields are unlikely here.
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In line with expectations, the FOMC cut rates by 25 basis points; also lowering the IOER by 30 basis points to address liquidity problems in the repo market.
Big technology firms are facing increasing Congressional scrutiny. What could it mean for the tech sector?
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We see five main options for Brexit in the coming months; three result in a near-term resolution while two options result in a further delay or “no deal” Brexit.
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.
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