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CONTENT WITH Market Commentary
The Fed has raised rates eight times so far this cycle, with more to come. When will enough be enough?
Recent market volatility has made some investors wonder if the economic cycle is ending and stocks are at the start of a prolonged decline. One indicator we are watching for signs of the potential for a recession and a deeper and prolonged decline in stocks is the gap between the unemployment rate and the inflation rate. This indicator suggests that the risks are rising.
Concerns about rising Treasury yields and U.S.-China trade tension have pressured equity markets in recent days. Here’s what investors should know.
Market conditions can change quickly. It’s important for investors to be prepared for those changes ahead of time—perhaps even more so now.
Schwab's view on the real estate sector, which covers companies involved in real estate and includes equity REITs.
Schwab's view on the consumer staples sector, which includes consumer items that tend to be viewed as household necessities.
Schwab's view on the utilities sector, which covers a variety of industries that generate and deliver power and water.
Schwab's view on the information technology sector, which covers most makers and providers of computer, data, and electronic equipment and services.
Schwab's view on the materials sector, which describes an array of commodity-related manufacturing industries.
Schwab's view on the financial sector, which encompasses the financial services industry and is often referred to by the acronym FIRE, for finance, insurance and real estate.
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