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If rate cuts aren’t seen as enough to address slowing growth and policymakers turn to direct currency intervention, the resulting currency war could be bad news for investors.
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Why doing nothing may be the better response to market volatility.
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Current economic conditions do not look recessionary, but risks are rising and if we’re heading into one, it’s possible it already started.
On this episode of Stock Market Report, Liz Ann Sonders takes a closer look at how the markets have been recently affected by several factors, including the escalating trade war between the U.S. and China and the Fed’s interest rate cut.
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Market volatility can make anyone nervous. Here’s what investors should know about dealing with it.
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Concerns about trade have added to the volatility in the stock market. Here’s why trade is important.
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Different ETF structures have different tax implications. Be informed and avoid unpleasant surprises come tax time.
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Another round of trade tariffs is an additional hit to manufacturing, potentially deepening the global slowdown into a recession, despite the efforts of the Fed and other central banks.
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Federal Reserve policymakers lowered short-term interest rates for the first time since 2008, but indicated this might not be the start of a rate-cut cycle.
When the Federal Reserve lowers its key short-term interest rate, financial markets often move in response. But the impact isn’t uniform across the board.
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