One day after an otherwise strong 3Y auction saw the biggest tail in months, moments ago the Treasury sold $20 billion in benchmark, 10Y paper which like in yesterday's case, saw no shortage of collateral ahead of pricing, trading +0.50% in repo.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday announced a crackdown on alleged stock promotion schemes in which writers were secretly paid to post hundreds of bullish articles about public companies on financial websites.
In today's excerpt from Eric Peters Weekend Note to clients, the CIO of One River Asset Management focuses on the one topic that is first and foremost on the minds of the active investing community:
Defense and energy stocks were higher Friday, with Tomahawk missile-maker Raytheon Corp. a key gainer, after U.S. missile strikes against a Syrian air base overnight.
Please note, many will argue that the p/e ratio on the S&P 500 was higher in 1999 than it is now. However, there's a number of problems with the comparison.
"Suddenly Treasuries Can Not Sell Off"
In addition to Amazon hitting its now daily all time high, today the tech online retail that recently made Jeff Bezos that second richest man in the world was joined by Tesla, whose shares just hit a new all time high above $292, surging over 5% on t
....Stocks, Home Prices And Even Used Cars All Crash By At Least 50 Percent?
Welcome to a new financial quarter.
In addition to Amazon hitting its now daily all time high, today the tech online retail that recently made Jeff Bezos that second richest man in the world was joined by Tesla, whose shares just hit a new all time high above $292, ...
After the best quarter for US stocks since 2015, global equities have started off Q2 on the right foot, despite caution about the upcoming meeting between President Trump and China's Xi Jinping later this week, and Fed Minutes which are expected to b
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U.S. stocks fell on Monday, but traded off their session lows, as investors evaluated the possibility of significant tax reform coming from the White House.
Like an old vinyl record with a well-worn groove, the needle skipping merrily back to the same track over and over again, we repeat: Today's markets are dangerously overpriced.
Are we going to see a dramatic stock market plunge if the effort to get "Obamacare Lite" through the U.S. House of Representatives ultimately fails?
Tuesday Was The Worst Day For The Stock Market In 6 Months
Mind-blowing math animation explains why stock market wealth is an ILLUSION that vanishes in a crash... (Natural News) Almost no one really understands the basics of how the stock market works, and they suffer under the illusion that EVERY stock sha
This is the biggest drop for Bank stocks since Brexit, as investor concerns over Trump's reform agenda grow...
Sears Holdings Corp. suffered its worst stock decline in six weeks after acknowledging "substantial doubt" about its future, raising fresh concerns about whether a company that was once the world's largest retailer can survive.
U.S. shale producers boost rig count for ninth straight week... Libya's Es Sider, Ras Lanuf oil ports poised to resume shipping
-- Worse Than 1929?
Next month, a venture capital firm called Blockchain Capital plans to do something that could change the way companies get funded--and perhaps even the way they operate.
This arcane financial instrument appears to be quickly becoming 'ground zero' for the "next big short" of this bull cycle.
As we sit here waiting to see whether the Federal Reserve does, or does not, raise interest rates; one thing is becoming clearer: This time – it's different.
Just as WTI was trying to record its first increase in 6 days, the latest, March, OPEC monthly report was released which revealed something surprising: while secondary sources claimed that Saudi Arabia production declined by 68kbpd to 9.797mmbpd, acc
On March 10 after the closing of the New York Stock Exchange, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rejected the rule change for the Bitcoin ETF due to regulatory concerns. Following the announcement, the price per bitcoin dropped to a low of
Three years of drastic cuts to upstream spending because of the meltdown in oil prices could result in a shortage of oil supply in a few years, according to a new report from the International Energy Agency.
"Fear of missing out" is quickly becoming the go to phrase for what's left of America's stock market investors.
Contrary to popular media, Bitcoin does not need an ETF to remain relevant or to succeed. An ETF brings a large liquidity pool of money to the digital currency, but Bitcoin was never meant to be confined to rules and regulations. Unsurprisingly, SEC
Treasuries Haven't Seen A Longer Losing-Streak Than This In 43 Years