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Will Evergrande be China’s ‘Lehman moment’? Wall Street says no

Problems at Evergrande, China’s teetering property giant, are stirring unwelcome memories of the market chaos that followed the implosion of Lehman Brothers roughly 13 years...

Investors are in an historically rotten mood. Their three biggest fears are overblown, strategist says.

The American Association of Individual Investors has been tracking retail sentiment since 1987, and this week, wow has that mood been rotten. The spread between...

Is the U.S. stock market open on Labor Day?

It is unofficially summer’s last hurrah for Wall Street investors. U.S. financial markets will be closed for Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 6, marking a...

Here’s the chart that shows what’s about to happen in the jobs market

The payrolls report about to be released Friday could show total employment is back to within 5 million jobs of where it stood before the...

Robert Shiller’s two stock-market indexes are telling wildly different valuation stories. Here’s why.

When making the argument that stocks are overvalued, one index often is trotted out — the cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings ratio popularized by Robert Shiller, the...

Treasury yields steady as investors await this week’s jobs data

Treasury yields were little changed early Tuesday, with investors weighing signs of a slowdown in China’s service sector as they await U.S. data on the...

Why a debt-ceiling stalemate could push reverse repo demand to $1.4 trillion in next 3 months

Record demand for the Federal Reserve’s overnight reverse repo program could touch a new milestone of $1.4 trillion by year’s end, says Barclays rates strategist...

Stock futures steady as Wall Street gets ready to test records, while oil prices stumble

U.S. stock futures were inching higher on Monday, with major indexes set to hold on to records set late last week after a dovish message...

PG&E bonds recoup some lost ground as Dixie Fire rages with no end in sight

The Dixie Fire in Northern California, the state’s second largest on record, has raged for more than a month, burning a path across the Sierra...

Treasury yields end higher as data show record U.S. job openings for June

Treasury yields ended higher on Monday, after data showed record U.S. job openings for June and pointed to strength in the labor market, despite lingering...

Treasury yields end higher as jobless claims fall

U.S. bond yields ended marginally higher Thursday as weekly data on jobless benefit claims fell and investors geared up for Friday’s July jobs report, following...

New coronavirus wave is giving credence to the risks of a U.S. stagflation-like scenario

The spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus in some U.S. states is leading to the possibility that the economy may be heading into...

Home prices could cool when the Fed tapers its bond-buying program. But a crisis? Unlikely

U.S. home prices have been rising at a record annual pace in recent months, fueled in part by historically cheap credit, the absence of properties...

U.S. stocks fall Friday, book weekly losses amid delta variant concerns and weakness in Amazon results

U.S. stock indexes closed lower Friday, posting a weekly loss to close out the month, with renewed concerns about a rise of cases of the...

Here’s one big reason Fed tapering may not send bond yields soaring this time

With much of the financial market fixated on when the Federal Reserve will be pulling back on its $120 billion in monthly bond purchases, BofA...

Treasury yields hold steady to start the week, ahead of Fed meeting

Treasury yields were little changed on Monday as investors geared up for this week’s meeting of Federal Reserve policy makers. What are yields doing? The...

Treasury yields rise Friday but 10 and 30-year debt mark third straight weekly slide

Yields for U.S. government debt on Friday rose slightly, but long-dated bond yields rang up a third straight weekly drop after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome...

Dow futures drift higher as investors watch for retail sales to end the week

U.S. stock-index futures on Friday were trading slightly higher ahead of a data on June retail sales, after a week featuring assurances by Federal Reserve...

Gold heads for highest finish in nearly a month as Powell says inflation will moderate

Gold futures headed toward their highest finish in nearly a month on Wednesday, with prices up for a second session. Softness in the U.S. dollar...

Get ready for peak earnings growth as second-quarter results kick off this week

Stock indexes shot back into record territory Friday, a day after their stumble sparked by tumbling Treasury yields and economic growth concerns. Equities could be...

Treasury rally pauses Friday but government debt books second straight weekly yield decline

Yields for long-dated U.S. government debt rose Friday for the first time in five sessions, as a rally that took the 10-year and 30-year Treasurys...

Gold logs back-to-back gains to start July, second half of 2021

Gold futures finished higher Thursday, supported by opportunistic buying and an unwind of short bets overnight, amid a rise in the dollar to a three-month...

Markets are sending ‘peculiar’ signals as Fed changes tune — here’s what they mean

Financial markets went a little wild in the past week, after the Federal Reserve on Wednesday delivered an unexpected message. Policy makers penciled in two...

AMC, big movie chains are more than meme stocks to property bond investors

“Nowhere special. I always wanted to go there,” said Gene Wilder’s character in Mel Brooks’ 1979 parody Western “Blazing Saddles,” a film NPR credited with...

30-year Treasury yield sees largest slide in 2 months in turbulent post-Fed action

Yields on U.S. government debt whipped around Thursday with long-dated Treasurys seeing the biggest slump in weeks, a day after the Federal Reserve was seen...