Investors Told to Brace for Steepest Rate Hikes Since 2006
Citigroup and JPMorgan predict policy tightening in rich nations; five central banks set policy this week.
How Overvalued Are Stocks? 3 Key Ratios Give the Answer(s)
This market run ranks as the second-longest bull on record. So how overvalued is the domestic stock market?
SIFMA: Economists See Little Impact From Tax Cuts in 2018
The trade group's economic advisory roundtable discusses its predictions for growth, inflation and interest rates in 2018.
Are Tax Cuts Already Priced Into the Stock Market?
The S&P 500 and Dow have gained 20% or more over the past year, partially on tax cut expectations. Is there more room to rise?
Bill Gross: Expect a ‘More Cautious and Easier Fed’
The Janus fixed income fund manager shares his monthly outlook, stressing that investors should “be careful in 2018.”
Vanguard Rolls Out New Emerging Markets Bond Fund
Vanguard currently manages $4.5 billion in emerging markets bond assets in its active fixed income funds.
Gundlach: Tax Cut Timing Is ‘Strange’ and ‘Bond-Unfriendly’
The DoubleLine CEO wonders why Republicans want to cut taxes when the economy is picking up.
Student Loan Debt Is Now as Big as the US Junk Market
The debt presents investors with a whole different range of risks.
ETF Fees Are the Top Factor in Choosing Funds: Survey
The Brown Brothers Harriman/ETF survey of advisors and institutional investors found 64% focus on expense ratios above all else.
Vanguard Issues Its Most Subdued Outlook in a Decade
The mutual fund giant expects higher risks and lower returns in financial markets next year.