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U.S. equities closed mostly higher in a somewhat cautious session as the S&P 500 and Dow continued to flirt with all-time highs.
U.S. stocks finished the day in the green, as the markets digested a heating up Q3 earnings season.
U.S. stocks ended the day mostly positive after battling back from some early weakness, as the markets weighed the upbeat early Q3 earnings season with the uncertainty of inflationary pressures, supply chain issues, heightened energy prices, and data suggesting a slowdown in China.
U.S. equities finished mostly higher in another volatile session, as a busy day unfolded with the unofficial start to Q3 earnings season kicking off and the markets receiving their first look at the September inflation picture.
U.S. equities rallied following a host of earnings reports from the Financials sector as Q3 earnings season kicks into gear.
The market is facing a host of issues, both short and long term, that are sparking concerns for investors. Liz Ann Sonders joins the podcast to help make sense of it all.
How can you leverage constructive conflict without feeling like disagreements are personal?
The long-running bull market is facing pressures as Congress continues to flail against complex issues that threaten the economy.
Despite their regularity, we don’t tend to budget well for the high frequency of unexpected events that predictably arise when it comes to our time, our diet, or our money.
Congress is facing four major issues, all with short timelines and big hurdles. Can lawmakers find common ground to avoid a government shutdown or worse?