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CONTENT WITH Market Commentary
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Lumber Futures Inflate to Record Highs
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Stocks remain under pressure on yield concerns.
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With interest rates rising, “zombie companies” may have to refinance debt at higher rates.
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Was your tax refund smaller than in previous years? Did you owe more than usual? Here’s why.
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The spike in U.S. Treasury bond yields sent ripples throughout global markets.
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While higher interest rates have rattled markets recently, earnings and GDP estimates are also rising, and economic data is improving, leading some to describe the current environment as inflation for all the right reasons. Volatility may linger for a while, but downside risks appear to be modest in the near-term.
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U.S. stocks fell sharply Thursday as Treasury bond yields rose.
Jeff Kleintop, Schwab’s chief global strategist, joins the podcast to discuss trade relations, global vaccine distribution, and other key issues with implications for U.S. investors.
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Looking at the latest economic data reveals V-shaped recoveries in many goods-based indicators; while services has more catch-up to do.
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China’s growth for 2021 appears strong, but February holds key developments that could impact this outlook, including stock delistings, trade, and COVID-19.
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