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CTV News
Have we seen this story before? Black Monday 30 years laterthis level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But the
CTV News / Posted 39 minutes ago
this level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're enough to give some strategists pause. The Fed is tightening. The Federal Reserve slashed short-term interest rates to near zero in response to the 2008 financial... Read more
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Gulf News
China delivers global economy into blissful Goldilocks territorypotential downside impact on the global economy was highlighted in 2015, when i
Gulf News / Posted 42 minutes ago
potential downside impact on the global economy was highlighted in 2015, when it roiled financial markets enough to nudge the Federal Reserve away from raising interest rates. The Fed said then that the US economy and inflation may be restrained... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Have we seen this story before? Black Monday 30 years laterlevel of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they’re
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 48 minutes ago
level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they’re enough to give some strategists pause. — The Fed is tightening. The Federal Reserve slashed short-term interest rates to near zero in response to the 2008 financial... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Have we seen this story before? Black Monday 30 years laterlevel of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they’re
Chicago Tribune / Posted an hour ago
level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they’re enough to give some strategists pause. — The Fed is tightening. The Federal Reserve slashed short-term interest rates to near zero in response to the 2008 financial... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A fund chief at $2.6 trillion giant State Street says America's hottest investment product is warping the stock marketinter stock correlations come down, so individual stocks are moving more at wha
Stamford Advocate / Posted an hour ago
inter stock correlations come down, so individual stocks are moving more at what's happening at a company level than what the Fed is doing or what's going on in the political environment. We've seen active managers have their best performance... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A Wall Streeter who started his career on Black Monday recalls the biggest one-day crash in stock market historyeconomist on hand. Everybody thought we were going to have a recession after t
Stamford Advocate / Posted an hour ago
economist on hand. Everybody thought we were going to have a recession after the collapse of 1987, but that didn't happen. The Fed cut rates in early '88, and all of a sudden the economy really caught a massive tailwind. What was interesting — and... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A Wall Streeter who started his career on Black Monday recalls the biggest one-day crash in stock market historyeconomist on hand. Everybody thought we were going to have a recession after t
Connecticut Post / Posted an hour ago
economist on hand. Everybody thought we were going to have a recession after the collapse of 1987, but that didn't happen. The Fed cut rates in early '88, and all of a sudden the economy really caught a massive tailwind. What was interesting — and... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A fund chief at $2.6 trillion giant State Street says America's hottest investment product is warping the stock marketinter stock correlations come down, so individual stocks are moving more at wha
Connecticut Post / Posted an hour ago
inter stock correlations come down, so individual stocks are moving more at what's happening at a company level than what the Fed is doing or what's going on in the political environment. We've seen active managers have their best performance... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Have we seen this story before? Black Monday 30 years laterlevel of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're
The Middletown Press / Posted an hour ago
level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're enough to give some strategists pause. — The Fed is tightening. The Federal Reserve slashed short-term interest rates to near zero in response to the 2008 financial... Read more
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Business Insider
A fund chief at $2.6 trillion giant State Street says America's hottest investment product is warping the stock marketinter stock correlations come down, so individual stocks are moving more at wha
Business Insider / Posted 2 hours ago
inter stock correlations come down, so individual stocks are moving more at what's happening at a company level than what the Fed is doing or what's going on in the political environment. We've seen active managers have their best performance... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Global Markets Shaken By Sudden Equity Sell-Off: Hong Kong Crashes, VIX Surgesto see a reversal of a significant amount of these gains”. Notably, US central
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 hours ago
to see a reversal of a significant amount of these gains”. Notably, US central bankers have a slightly different view, the Fed’s Dudley also spoke on taxes yesterday, but said “we are a long way from tax reforms at this point”, and he has not... Read more
2h
Manila Standard Today
Stocks advance; RCBC risesboosting the country’s exporters. The greenback has been lifted by speculation
Manila Standard Today / Posted 2 hours ago
boosting the country’s exporters. The greenback has been lifted by speculation that a fiscal hawk could take the helm at the Fed early next year. Among other markets Sydney rose 0.1 percent and Singapore put on 0.6 percent while Wellington and... Read more
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Business Insider
A Wall Streeter who started his career on Black Monday recalls the biggest one-day crash in stock market historyeconomist on hand. Everybody thought we were going to have a recession after t
Business Insider / Posted 4 hours ago
economist on hand. Everybody thought we were going to have a recession after the collapse of 1987 but that didn't happen. The Fed cut rates in early '88 and all of a sudden, the economy really caught a massive tailwind. What was interesting — and... Read more
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4h
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
For 1st time, Dow index ends session over 23,000Yale economist Robert Shiller. That's the highest level since the summer of 200
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
Yale economist Robert Shiller. That's the highest level since the summer of 2001, when the dot-com bubble was deflating. The Federal Reserve's long-term strategy to increase interest rates is also of concern to traders. The Fed cut short-term... Read more
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Swissinfo
Dollar Gains on Position Trimming; Euro Up Before Spain Deadlinemay seem to favor the USD, trader sentiment toward the greenback remains guarde
Swissinfo / Posted 5 hours ago
may seem to favor the USD, trader sentiment toward the greenback remains guarded due to the uncertainty over continuity at the Fed and prospects for President Trump’s fiscal agenda and tax reform A Spanish govt-issued deadline to Catalan President... Read more
7h
Stamford Advocate
If Trump is doing so horribly, why is the stock market doing so well?take place through corporations. You've got better confidence coming from indiv
Stamford Advocate / Posted 7 hours ago
take place through corporations. You've got better confidence coming from individuals. There's not as much concern about the Fed aggressively raising rates. And the economies around the world have performed better. It's a broad-based growth... Read more
7h
Connecticut Post
If Trump is doing so horribly, why is the stock market doing so well?take place through corporations. You've got better confidence coming from indiv
Connecticut Post / Posted 7 hours ago
take place through corporations. You've got better confidence coming from individuals. There's not as much concern about the Fed aggressively raising rates. And the economies around the world have performed better. It's a broad-based growth... Read more
9h
Reuters
Dollar firms to two-week high versus yen, bolstered by rising U.S. yieldson Thursday, supported by this week’s rise in U.S. bond yields, with the market
Reuters / Posted 9 hours ago
on Thursday, supported by this week’s rise in U.S. bond yields, with the market’s attention turning to who will next lead the Federal Reserve and this weekend’s Japanese election. The dollar index, which tracks the U.S. currency against a basket... Read more
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Reuters
Dollar sets two-week high vs. yen, supported by rise in U.S. yieldsweek’s rise in U.S. bond yields, with the near-term focus on U.S. President Don
Reuters / Posted 12 hours ago
week’s rise in U.S. bond yields, with the near-term focus on U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision on the next chair of the Federal Reserve. The dollar rose to as high as 113.095 yen JPY= in early Asian trade, its strongest level since Oct. 6.... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Happy Black Fridaywhere the private markets were allowed to function without government support.
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 hours ago
where the private markets were allowed to function without government support. We had manipulated markets when I worked at the Fed of New York, but only on the margins. Since 1987, however, the US government (i.e. the Federal Reserve) has turned... Read more
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CBS News
Black Monday 1987: How big is risk of another crash?level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're
CBS News / Posted 14 hours ago
level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're enough to give some strategists pause. — The Fed is tightening. The Federal Reserve slashed short-term interest rates to near zero in response to the 2008 financial... Read more
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14h
Zero Hedge
The Dollar Funding Shortage: It Never Went Away And It's Starting To Get Worse Againprospect that a U.S. tax overhaul could trigger dollar repatriation, and the ou
Zero Hedge / Posted 14 hours ago
prospect that a U.S. tax overhaul could trigger dollar repatriation, and the outlook for monetary-policy divergence with the Federal Reserve starting to unwind its balance sheet, and analysts see the trend only worsening.” "This is keeping a lot... Read more
14h
Reuters
Fed to step-up focus on payment security with study, working groups: Fed's Powellthis innovation not come at the cost of a safe and secure payment system that r
Reuters / Posted 14 hours ago
this innovation not come at the cost of a safe and secure payment system that retains the confidence of its end users.” The Fed does not have complete authority over the U.S. payment system, but it has led industry efforts to make it faster and... Read more
16h
Adelaide Now
Stocks rise on earnings while bonds fallfrom New York Fed President William Dudley, who sounded supportive of Fed Chair
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 hours ago
from New York Fed President William Dudley, who sounded supportive of Fed Chair Janet Yellen's weekend comments that the Fed was likely to continue its path of US interest rate increases. While the dollar found some support from higher US... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Stocks rise on earnings while bonds fallfrom New York Fed President William Dudley, who sounded supportive of Fed Chair
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
from New York Fed President William Dudley, who sounded supportive of Fed Chair Janet Yellen's weekend comments that the Fed was likely to continue its path of US interest rate increases. While the dollar found some support from higher US... Read more
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Zero Hedge
"It's An Utter Mess" - Paul Craig Roberts Warns The Biggest Danger To Stocks Is The Dollarof these central banks are really only there for a handful of big banks. That’s
Zero Hedge / Posted 16 hours ago
of these central banks are really only there for a handful of big banks. That’s all they are concerned with. All the Federal Reserve has been concerned with for the last decade is the welfare of a handful of mega banks. Of course, the... Read more
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News.com.au
Stocks rise on earnings while bonds fallfrom New York Fed President William Dudley, who sounded supportive of Fed Chair
News.com.au / Posted 16 hours ago
from New York Fed President William Dudley, who sounded supportive of Fed Chair Janet Yellen's weekend comments that the Fed was likely to continue its path of US interest rate increases. While the dollar found some support from higher US... Read more
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The Mercury News
Thirty years after Black Monday, what could slow this bull run?level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they’re
The Mercury News / Posted 16 hours ago
level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they’re enough to give some strategists pause. — The Fed is tightening. The Federal Reserve slashed short-term interest rates to near zero in response to the 2008 financial... Read more
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16h
Reuters
Global stocks rise on earnings while bonds, dollar fallfrom New York Fed President William Dudley, who sounded supportive of Fed Chair
Reuters / Posted 16 hours ago
from New York Fed President William Dudley, who sounded supportive of Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s weekend comments that the Fed was likely to continue its path of U.S. interest rate increases. While the dollar found some support from higher... Read more
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17h
TheBull
US wages fail to rise despite 'widespread' labor scarcitydisruptions from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma persisted, according to the periodi
TheBull / Posted 17 hours ago
disruptions from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma persisted, according to the periodic Fed survey known as the Beige Book. The Fed survey, which summarized anecdotal reports from business contacts on economic conditions across all 12 Federal... Read more
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WA Today
China sets scene for slow day on ASXhave come off in anticipation of a successful election for Abe's LDP. Additiona
WA Today / Posted 17 hours ago
have come off in anticipation of a successful election for Abe's LDP. Additionally, NY Fed President Bill Dudley said the Fed is on track to deliver on their forecasted three rate hikes of 2017 with an 80 per cent pricing in of a rate hike in... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Reagan To NYSE After Black Monday: Thank Heaven For Humansvery well done." With humans even more removed from any actual market-making,
Zero Hedge / Posted 17 hours ago
very well done." With humans even more removed from any actual market-making, who will provide the 'heart and soul' to rescue the markets this time? The Fed? h/t Art Cashin Perhaps Elon Musk's anxiety over AI is warranted and Reagan saw it com... Read more
17h
San Francisco Chronicle
30 years after Black Monday, what could slow this bull run?level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 17 hours ago
level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're enough to give some strategists pause. — The Fed is tightening. The Federal Reserve slashed short-term interest rates to near zero in response to the 2008 financial... Read more
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The News-Times
30 years after Black Monday, what could slow this bull run?level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're
The News-Times / Posted 17 hours ago
level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're enough to give some strategists pause. — The Fed is tightening. The Federal Reserve slashed short-term interest rates to near zero in response to the 2008 financial... Read more
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18h
Channel NewsAsia
US wages fail to rise despite 'widespread' labor scarcity: Feddisruptions from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma persisted, according to the periodi
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 18 hours ago
disruptions from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma persisted, according to the periodic Fed survey known as the Beige Book. The Fed survey, which summarised anecdotal reports from business contacts on nationwide economic conditions, showed a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'Skid-marks on the pathway of progress': The crash that killed the entrepreneurgusto," he said. "I've been surprised by how sanguine the markets are in the f
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 hours ago
gusto," he said. "I've been surprised by how sanguine the markets are in the face of what is obviously a turning point for the Federal Reserve in America." He argues that the Fed has had a long history of keeping rates too low, too long,... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Beige Book Signals Inflation & Healthcare Concerns Amid Modest Growth58 mentions of the word Hurricane) and labor constraints (employers were having
Zero Hedge / Posted 19 hours ago
58 mentions of the word Hurricane) and labor constraints (employers were having difficulty finding qualified workers), but The Fed notes healthcare service prodviders were less upbeat. Full Fed Summary: Overall Economic Activity Reports from all... Read more
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The Sentinel
30 years after Black Monday, what could slow this bull run?interest payments could erode profits, at least modestly. Some investors are ev
The Sentinel / Posted 19 hours ago
interest payments could erode profits, at least modestly. Some investors are even talking about the slim possibility that the Fed will raise rates more quickly than it anticipates, if inflation picks up from its current slow pace. "Our downside... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
30 Years After Black Monday, What Could Slow This Bull Run?economist Robert Shiller. That’s the highest level since the summer of 2001, wh
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted 19 hours ago
economist Robert Shiller. That’s the highest level since the summer of 2001, when the dot-com bubble was deflating. Now the Fed is slowly pulling back. This month it started paring back its $4.5 trillion in bond investments. And many investors... Read more
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Reuters
U.S. economy hums along, still few signs of pickup in inflation: Fedexpanded at a modest to moderate pace in September through early October despit
Reuters / Posted 19 hours ago
expanded at a modest to moderate pace in September through early October despite the impact of hurricanes on some regions, the Federal Reserve said in its latest snapshot of the U.S. economy released on Wednesday, but there were still few signs of... Read more
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FOX Business
Dow stays above 23,000-mark on IBM surgeofficer for equities at Charles Schwab Investment Management. "Announcements b
FOX Business / Posted 20 hours ago
officer for equities at Charles Schwab Investment Management. "Announcements by the ECB next week and decision by the Fed in December will probably have a higher impact on whether or not we continue this rally." The dollar climbed higher,... Read more
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FOX Business
U.S. economy hums along, still few signs of pickup in inflationexpanded at a modest to moderate pace in September through early October despit
FOX Business / Posted 20 hours ago
expanded at a modest to moderate pace in September through early October despite the impact of hurricanes on some regions, the Federal Reserve said in its latest snapshot of the U.S. economy released on Wednesday, but there were still few signs of... Read more
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FOX Business
U.S. economy hums along, still few signs of pickup in inflationexpanded at a modest to moderate pace in September through early October despit
FOX Business / Posted 20 hours ago
expanded at a modest to moderate pace in September through early October despite the impact of hurricanes on some regions, the Federal Reserve said in its latest snapshot of the U.S. economy released on Wednesday, but there were still few signs of... Read more
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FOX Business
Dow stays above 23,000-mark on IBM surgeofficer for equities at Charles Schwab Investment Management. "Announcements b
FOX Business / Posted 20 hours ago
officer for equities at Charles Schwab Investment Management. "Announcements by the ECB next week and decision by the Fed in December will probably have a higher impact on whether or not we continue this rally." Continue Reading... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
30 years after Black Monday, what could slow this bull run?level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're
Stamford Advocate / Posted 20 hours ago
level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're enough to give some strategists pause. — The Fed is tightening. The Federal Reserve slashed short-term interest rates to near zero in response to the 2008 financial... Read more
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Missoulian
30 years after Black Monday, what could slow this bull run?interest payments could erode profits, at least modestly. Some investors are ev
Missoulian / Posted 20 hours ago
interest payments could erode profits, at least modestly. Some investors are even talking about the slim possibility that the Fed will raise rates more quickly than it anticipates, if inflation picks up from its current slow pace. "Our downside... Read more
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The Register Citizen
30 years after Black Monday, what could slow this bull run?level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're
The Register Citizen / Posted 20 hours ago
level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're enough to give some strategists pause. — The Fed is tightening. The Federal Reserve slashed short-term interest rates to near zero in response to the 2008 financial... Read more
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Greenwich Time
30 years after Black Monday, what could slow this bull run?level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're
Greenwich Time / Posted 20 hours ago
level of price-to-earnings for years following the summer of 1997. But they're enough to give some strategists pause. — The Fed is tightening. The Federal Reserve slashed short-term interest rates to near zero in response to the 2008 financial... Read more
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20h
Reuters
Dow stays above 23,000-mark on IBM surgeofficer for equities at Charles Schwab Investment Management. “Announcements b
Reuters / Posted 20 hours ago
officer for equities at Charles Schwab Investment Management. “Announcements by the ECB next week and decision by the Fed in December will probably have a higher impact on whether or not we continue this rally.” The dollar climbed higher,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
The one man in Dallas that helps decide your mortgage, auto, student loan ratesmay be one of the most powerful people in the U.S. — or at least one of nine.
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 21 hours ago
may be one of the most powerful people in the U.S. — or at least one of nine. He became one of nine voting members on the Federal Open Market Committee this year, giving him say on the Federal Reserve’s panel that sets U.S. interest rates once... Read more
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