Going back to the JFK assassination, Wall Street's motivations have been primarily financial.
Expectations are for more than 2% growth, which would be better than the last 4 quarters.
There is no pent-up consumer demand, and bond yields are headed south.
Financial stocks should do well this year, despite what fourth-quarter profits show.
Expectations are for more than 2% growth, which would be better than the last 4 quarters.
Among the questions: What's the key level? Are foreigners dumping our bonds?
As gas prices rise, consumer spending is going to slow, and it could benefit online retailers.
The way businesses will respond to intensifying political pressure from populist voices stands to shape the future.
We have to start assigning a greater probability of Trump being successful than not.
That's what rate hikes will do, like I said.

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