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On this episode of Stock Market Report, Jeff Kleintop speaks to the ominous signs that have investors wondering if the Global recession has begun. if the Global recession has begun.
Rising rates, declining liquidity and sluggish global growth—with trade conflicts as an additional headwind—may weigh on economic growth and market performance in 2019.
U.S. economic growth was strong in 2018, but some of the forces behind that strength were either short-term or likely to fade going forward.
Global growth may slow in 2019 as the economic cycle nears a peak, with increasing drag from worsening financial conditions combining with full employment and rising prices.
Stock markets were rattled on Friday by concerns about a weaker-than-expected employment report, U.S.-China trade and the future pace of Federal Reserve rate hikes. Here’s what investors should know.
After a more volatile 2018, there are continued concerns investors are set to face in 2019—are they building to a major problem, or merely minor bumps in the road?
As we prepare for a new year, find out what we are looking at in the sector world to determine potential upcoming moves.
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 information technology sector, which covers most makers and providers of computer, data, and electronic equipment and services.
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