Individual investors have played a role, and so have companies themselves. But to date one notable class of professional speculators has been absent.
As the recovery in emerging markets starts to abate, bonds are seen as the most resilient asset class amid a dovish Fed and slowing global growth.
Both of President Donald Trump’s apparent picks for the Federal Reserve, Stephen Moore and Herman Cain, are interested in fixing dollars to bullion.
He went on to say the reason why he wouldn't spend $25 billion to acquire Lyft is that there are so many other things "you can buy for $25 billion."
The S&P 500 rose 14% and added another 1.9% so far this month, even as U.S. equity funds posted outflows of $39 billion. Is this all about buybacks?
If Britain leaves the EU without a deal “there is a potential for significant repricing in the markets and pound sterling would come under pressure."
Treasury yields have sunk as if a U.S. recession is nearly here. A bundle of important economic reports coming this week could show those fears false.