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Gold prices end lower after back-to-back session gains

Gold futures post their first loss in three sessions on Wednesday, as prices retreat from the highest settlement in nearly two weeks.

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Will high inflation kill the bull market in stocks? History says probably not

High inflation, by itself, is seldom enough to derail the stock market, says one of Wall Street's top technical analysts.

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Since 1983, here’s the tipping point where bonds spell trouble for stocks

A fund manager has compiled how stocks have performed, depending on the yield of 10-year TIPS.

Long-end Treasury yields post biggest drop in a month as traders recalibrate expectations for Fed’s next hiking cycle

U.S. government bonds rallied after the release of August data on U.S. inflation showed a slowdown in the recent price surge.

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August U.S. inflation reading eases bond market’s worry about extent of Fed’s next tightening cycle

Eurodollar futures traders push out the timing of the first rate hike out to around May 2023, while lowering the terminal fed funds rate by 8 basis points to 1.40%.

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Fund managers haven’t been this pessimistic on the economy since the early days of the pandemic

Fund managers are keeping their cyclical stock bets while souring on the economy.

Treasury yields edge lower as investors brace for U.S. inflation data

Treasury yields move slightly lower Monday, with investors awaiting closely watched economic data this week, including the August Consumer Price Index reading.

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Why the Fed can now ‘sideline’ its large-scale asset purchases, according to Raymond James’ CIO

Now is the time for the Federal Reserve to shelve its $120 billion a month bond purchases program since it already has met these four goals, says Larry Adam, chief investment officer at Raymond James.

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Online traders see little chance of a Fed tapering announcement at next week’s meeting

Odds of no announcement by Federal Reserve this month soar to 93% in the past two weeks, according to Kalshi, a new online trading platform.

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Another reason to taper: The Fed should stop buying assets because QE is bad fiscal policy

Printing money to purchase assets makes little sense under conditions of relative tranquility—and raises serious risks.

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U.S. stocks close lower, as Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq book weekly losses

U.S. stock benchmarks ended lower Friday, posting weekly losses as investors worried that the high number of coronavirus delta variant cases may be slowing economic recovery, despite new vaccination mandates announced by ...

Treasury yields rise on Friday but end mixed in holiday-shortened week

Treasury yields rose across the board Friday as data showed that U.S. wholesale inflation moderated in August but remained elevated, though yields were little changed for the week.

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This Wall Street firm is sticking to its S&P 500 price target. Here’s why it says a correction is overdue.

There's nothing like higher prices to change the minds of investors — and Wall Street analysts. But one firm is sticking to its guns.

Treasury yields decline after jobless claims, ECB policy updates

U.S. Treasury yields fall Thursday, as investors pick up bonds, even as a key Fed voter said that the central bank was “very close” to the hurdle needed to start curtailing bond purchases, a process that should be able to ...

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Gold futures finish higher to reclaim the key $1,800 mark

Gold futures finish higher on Thursday, after spending much of the session seesawing between gains and losses, as investors weigh a drop in weekly U.S. jobless claims to their lowest since the pandemic began and news that ...

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Dow, S&P 500 extend losing streak to 4 days as stocks end slightly lower

Stocks finish modestly lower, giving up early gains attributed partly to indications President Joe Biden will expand COVID-19 vaccine mandates for federal workers.

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Verizon raises another $1 billion to push more carbon off the grid, and will provide paperwork to prove it

Verizon Communications Inc. is emerging as a green-bond heavyweight in the U.S., using its vast network to bring more renewable power to the electricity grid. It's also taking on diversity and inclusion on Wall Street.

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Powell risks his legacy if he doesn’t start tapering soon

The Fed shouldn't allow the White House or financial markets to bully it into continuing easy-money policies that could lead to a steep recession or stagflation.

10-year Treasury yields retreat after Beige Book

U.S. Treasury yields pull back across the board on Wednesday after a report from the Federal Reserve indicated that economic growth in the U.S. slowed to a moderate pace in early July through August.

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Gold holds below $1,800, suffers consecutive losses

Gold futures hold below the key $1,800 mark on Wednesday, stretching their losses to a second consecutive session.