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  • Emerging markets just got wrecked, but technician says one country's stock market could rebound

    Emerging markets are in the middle of a meltdown. One of the worst hit of the emerging markets could see the biggest rebound.

    CNBC
  • Italy's stocks are in bear market territory as the global market rout reignites budget crisis fears

    Italian stocks enter bear market as global sell-off adds to domestic economic pressures in the country. The benchmark FTSE MIB index was down 20.1% from its recent high on Thursday morning, marking bear territory. Italy's budget crisis has been a major driver of recent weakness, with the country's government clashing with the EU over proposed spending. You can follow Italian stocks at Markets Insider. Italian stocks briefly entered a bear market on Thursday as the sell-off gripping global...

    Business Insider
  • MORGAN STANLEY: The stock market has reached a 'tipping point' — and the market's most beloved companies could be hit hardest

    Morgan Stanley says surging bond yields could spark a shift in US allocations towards value stocks from their high-flying growth counterparts. It favors energy, utilities, and financials over tech and consumer discretionary stocks. Morgan Stanley also thinks a bear-market correction could arrive in 2019, sooner than markets expect. The Morgan Stanley equities team now thinks a "tipping point" has been reached in the investment cycle for US stocks. And as a result, it says the relative advantage...

    Business Insider
  • AAPL share buybacks helping longest-running bull market in US stock market history

    Apple’s record-breaking share buybacks have been one of the keys to the longest-running bull market in US stock market history, suggests a new analysis … Business Insider argues that a high level of stock buybacks has been the ‘backbone’ of US stock performance – and that Apple has led the way. For the 9-1/2-year equity …

    9to5Mac
  • The world's biggest stock bear predicts 'immediate and severe consequences' for the record-setting market — and explains why $20 trillion will be wiped from stocks

    John Hussman — the outspoken investor and former professor who has been predicting a stock crash — says the Federal Reserve is largely to blame for a toxic situation in markets that's headed for "immediate and severe consequences." Hussman predicts that an imminent crash will wipe out $20 trillion of equity market value. The situation is particularly dangerous right now because historically stretched valuations are being coupled with weakening market internals, says Hussman. It makes John...

    Business Insider
  • Why are markets plunging and which stocks are worst hit?

    Rising US interest rates, trade war tensions and uncertainty in Italy provide a volatile mix A volatile week across global stock markets has escalated into a frenzied sell-off, with European stock markets plunging to their lowest level in 20 months on Thursday. In the UK the FTSE 100 fell to a six-month low after Wall Street suffered its biggest drop in eight months, with the Dow Jones losing more than 800 points. Continue reading...

    the Guardian
  • Tech Stocks Drag Markets Into The Mud

    Case in point: Apple's market value fell by one Tesla today. View Entire Post ›

    BuzzFeed News
  • Asian markets cautious after US volatility

    Asian stocks began Wednesday mixed after a volatile session for US equities and as yields on Treasury bonds retreated from a seven-year peak.Japanese shares...

    Mail Online
  • OnePlus 6 already out of stock in some markets

    OnePlus is announcing the 6T in two weeks and is already clearing up its stock in preparation for the arrival of the new flagship. The current star of the company portfolio, the OnePlus 6, is already out of stock at numerous European countries and unavailable at most third-party retailers. The OnePlus 6 is completely sold out in France, Spain, Germany, Austria, Italy, Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus. In other countries the the selection is scarce - all...

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  • Who's Really Responsible for the Strong Stock Market?

    As Wall Street’s raging bull continues its historic charge, there has been plenty of chatter about who deserves the credit: Mr. Trump? Mr. Obama? Former Fed chairs Ben Bernanke or Janet Yellen, perhaps? But the answer seems not to be a “who” but rather a “what”: tech companies. From the market bottom in 2009 to […]

    Fortune
  • When Will Chasing The Stock Market No Longer Work?

    Authored by Kevin Muir via The Macro Tourist blog, If someone had asked me to name the driving factors influencing US stock market performance return over the past year, I might have guessed the cut in the tax rate, but I would then be at loss to further explain what has been moving stocks. Lucky for me, Bloomberg has this great function that allows us to examine how various portfolio factors have performed over different time frames. It works by taking the stock market universe, then...

    Zero Hedge
  • The Stock Market: From Rough Week to Horrible Week

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled 545.91 points, or 2.1%, to 25,052.83, bringing the Wednesday, Thursday decline to 1,378 points. The average correction lasts 51 trading sessions according to the data, although more recent corrections have proven to be more short lived. February’s lasted 13 days. The last five corrections have only lasted an average of 37 trading days, while going back to 1980, the average length has been 44 sessions. Since 1950, the average lasted 61 trading days (WSJ...

    CNS News
  • Stock market experts say this is a stumble, not a plunge

    Whoa, what was that? After months of relative calm, Wall Street has been jolted by a sudden run of turbulent trading. The swoon wiped more than 1,300 points from the Dow Jones Industrial Average over two days and dragged the benchmark S&P 500 index down more than 5 percent. The VIX...

    ABC News
  • Stock markets bounce back after heavy losses

    All the day’s economic and financial news, as shares claw back some of this week’s lossesThursday’s liveblog: FTSE 100 in correction as Wall Street falls again 8.01am BST It’s been a cheerier end to the week in Asia.Most of Asia's stocks are recovering after the biggest sell-off in global equities since February https://t.co/iPLwQeLLBn pic.twitter.com/93n5qdmDf0 This market is exhausted from all after the most significant sell-off in global equities since February. Its large shake out the...

    the Guardian
  • Stock market experts say this is a stumble, not a plunge

    Woah, what was that?After months of relative calm, Wall Street has been jolted by a sudden run of turbulent trading.The swoon wiped more than 1,300 points...

    Mail Online
  • Stock market experts say this is a stumble, not a plunge

    Woah, what was that? After months of relative calm, Wall Street has been jolted by a sudden run of turbulent trading. The swoon wiped more than 1,300 points from the Dow Jones Industrial Average over two days and dragged the benchmark S&P 500 index down more than 5 percent. The VIX...

    ABC News
  • Stock market experts say this is a stumble, not a plunge

    Woah, what was that?

    Fox News
  • 3 things you should never do when the stock market tanks

    "Take a deep breath before making any rash decisions."

    CNBC