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Stocks on track for back-to-back weekly gains, buoyed by fiscal relief hopes.
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While coronavirus cases are surging to record highs in many parts of the country, positive vaccine news and renewed Congressional stimulus discussions have kept markets buoyant. But several put/call ratios are hitting extremes that could indicate signs of volatility on the horizon.
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Coffee Futures Supported by Drought and Vaccine Optimism
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With COVID-19 vaccines on the horizon, the longer-term economic outlook appears brighter.
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Stocks head into 2021 having crossed the COVID chasm; but the economy has more work to do. Will vaccines get us to the other side?
Federal and nonfinancial corporate debt are near historic levels. Here’s why it matters—and how you might adjust your portfolio in response.
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Key changes in the U.S. tax code overhaul from 2017.
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Ten-year Treasury bond yields may rise as high as 1.6% in 2021, reflecting prospects for faster economic growth.
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Recent positive COVID-19 vaccine may represent a light at the end of the tunnel; but the resurgent virus means we’re still in the darkest part of the tunnel.
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Actual third-quarter earnings may be less important than what business leaders say about their expectations.
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