Nasdaq stocks bounced last week as investors shifted away from reopening plays like energy.
For months, Jerome Powell told investors not to worry about inflation. Today they started doubting his advice.
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Apple had an amazing quarter, but investors seem more interested in the advertising growth at Alphabet and Facebook.
The economy is roaring back to life, just in time for the Federal Reserve to keep interest rates low.
The cryptocurrency market is setting new records again as investors prepare for Coinbase’s direct listing tomorrow.
The Nasdaq-100 went from an amazing year in 2020 to its worst quarter in a decade, compared with the rest of the stock market.
The fear index is crumbling as one positive story after another hits the market.
Stocks pulled back last week, but there are signs that the bulls remain in control.
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