There are also signs that the market is looking ahead to the next phase in the Russia-Ukraine crisis.
Rising food prices could be a bigger story, from a negative perspective, than energy issues.
It appears that miners, drillers and defense contractors are still the places to be from an equity perspective. Everything else is a trade.
Premier Li Keqiang stresses stability and the importance of 100 million 'market entities,' even as Beijing keeps up its regulatory assault on the private sector.
Here's why job growth is still relevant -- despite the attack on Ukraine -- and what it could mean for rate hikes and wages.
We are dealing with the next stage now when the cost of the battle is becoming more apparent.
A large number of stocks are being mispriced right now due to macro pressures.
The only things missing are the bell bottoms and the Eagles.
With a madman on the loose conducting a ludicrous war, this is a time for less risk, not more.
Was Russia's attack upon a Ukrainian nuclear power plant shockingly reckless or shockingly calculated?