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CONTENT WITH Market Commentary
On today’s Stock Market Report, Michael Townsend explains the current state of uncertainty surrounding the debt limit and how the markets could react.
Bipartisan retirement savings legislation currently moving through Congress stands a real chance at becoming law this year.
Stocks sank as China and the U.S. threatened higher tariffs on imports.
Recent developments have caused markets to focus on geopolitical risk, with more to come in the month of May.
Stocks are entering a traditional weaker time of the year, but should investors follow the old adage “Sell in May, Go Away?”
The health care sector has had a rough time recently, but we believe the selling is overdone and the potential for a rebound exists.
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.
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