The metal is out of favor and the shares of many mining companies are depressed. But with stocks at highs and global tensions rising, this may be the metal’s time.
Rising interest rates were one of the reasons given for the February correction. Now they’re viewed as a reflection of a stronger economy.
Chinese investors have a penchant for one of the sharpest trading tools in the toolbox. But YINN and YANG could bite them back.
Gains come despite trade tensions.
The $17 billion buyout of Thomson Reuters’ financial data business by a Blackstone-led group of investors is the biggest leveraged buyout this year and among the biggest since the financial crisis.
A recent JPMorgan report suggests that investors may want to rotate out of some of their defensive holdings and into cyclical stocks. We choose five.
Banks have underperformed this year, returning about 5%—compared with 11.4% for the S&P 500. Loan growth is a challenging area for the industry.
Technology isn’t the only part of the market to boom over the past decade. Defense companies have outperformed as well. It may be time for caution.
With the central bank having stabilized the lira, Turkish stocks may be ready to come off the floor. But you better be quick to get in — or get out.
The Fed’s challenge: engineering a soft landing for the economy.
Some see cryptocurrencies as a substitute, but one commodity analyst is not convinced.
Either device maker could be a rewarding acquisition for the old-line pharma and consumer-product company
TPG Growth boss Bill McGlashan launched the Rise fund with Bono and others. How they measure the impact multiple of money
Apple and Microsoft are among the best-performing tech stocks that also offer reasonable dividends.
Sanctions on Iran and woes in Venezuela will reduce supplies of oil, but U.S. tariffs on No. 1 energy consumer China could shrink demand.