Erasing the 2007-2009 bear market from 10-year stock returns has made ‘long-term’ performance look stellar, even though recent returns are unexceptional.
A sharp decline in Chinese stocks set the tone for the tech-driven drop.
A long bull market made American stocks expensive. Neglected foreign markets may offer better prospects.
As investors continue to seek respectable returns in the safety of government bonds, major stock indexes look set to decline for another day.
Benchmark stock indexes fell by more than 2 percent after the Trump administration said it would consider more than doubling proposed tariffs on Chinese goods.
Corporate earnings are the strongest they have been since the financial crisis. So why aren’t stocks higher?
Shares in Europe dropped, following Asian markets lower, as investors grappled with worsening global trade ties and an escalating rebellion against Germany’s leader.
Shares of the largest banks closed down Wednesday for the 13th straight trading day.
Investors have returned to the safety and growth of the biggest technology stocks.