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The market has already discounted a 50 billion euro monthly bond-buying program. Read Article
The U.S. economy continues to show strength through retail sales, business inventories, Producer and Consumer Price Indices, unemployment and industrial production. Read Article
As long as the stock market continues to yield more than most Treasury securities, it will catch itself because there's no lack of yield-hungry investors that will snap up stocks with attractive dividend yields. Read Article
Despite all this volatility, both the Dow and S&P 500 are less than 5% below their all-time highs. Read Article
Chinese stocks were on fire last year, but the one thing fanning those flames was just taken out of the equation... margin trading rules that weren't well enforced. Read Article
As uncertainty abounds, there is only one safe course of action. Read Article
The retail sales report seems to indicate a disconnect between the consumer saving money at the pump but not putting those savings into spending over the holiday season. Read Article
The Swiss franc stirred Europe’s market pot, oil prices swirled toward a bottom and earnings showed us a thing or two, too. Read Article
The focus is now on the 200-day moving averages of the major indices. Read Article
Bonds and utilities have broken above their bullish resistance lines. Read Article
Without accelerating growth or rising interest rates, we think the odds are stacked against the financial sector this earnings season because of low oil prices. Read Article
Tuesday's "outside reversal" was emotionally rattling and could have bigger implications. See my Daily Market Outlook. Read Article
Bank stocks were set to get a pick up from dividend hikes this year, but loan exposure to the energy sector is making regulators nervous. Read Article