Energy stocks jump on OPEC production cuts. Electric vehicle stocks lag.
A gradual softening of the labor market and slowing wage growth provides room for inflation to cool off.
We looked across stock sectors to see which generate the most and least revenue outside the U.S.
Growth stocks were down in the quarter yet still managed to outperform value stocks.
These funds clocked their third-consecutive negative quarter.
Solar stocks shine, and retail remains buoyant. Chinese tech names and European healthcare get battered.
Bonds again offer no safe harbor as stocks make a round trip in the bear market.
Stocks kick off Q4 in a slump, waiting for the next batch of economic news for direction.
Stocks are well into undervalued territory, against a backdrop of high inflation and weak economic growth.
Why you shouldn’t fight the Fed, expect a V-shaped bounce, or throw in the towel.
Investors show strong demand for the high-end carmaker despite rocky markets.
And why the outlook looks rough from here.
Berkshire Hathaway and Verizon are among the low-volatility stocks that trade at a discount.
This could become bond funds’ worst year on record.
As stocks and bonds continue to slide, the Fed’s fight against inflation means investors need to keep their seat belts buckled.
As recession fears grow, stocks slide, with retailers and energy stocks facing new pressure.
Looking for 'growth quality' has helped cushion the blow in a big down year.
While Fed officials predict rates going higher than had been expected, we still see rates coming down by the end of 2023.
Why investors should be focusing on stock volatility instead of style.
Margins may be trapped between an inflation rock and a regulation hard place, but investor enthusiasm for utility stocks has been anything but squeezed.
After another selloff in stocks and bonds, the Fed meeting could set the tone for the rest of this year.
While it could be a bumpy ride, bond yields are at their highest levels in many years.
While inflation should slow in 2023, the Fed is seen as staying on an aggressive path in the coming months.
Porsche has delivered strong sales, and the stock offers investors a new way to play the electric vehicle boom.
The wide-moat cybersecurity company is scheduled to split its shares for the first time.
Earnings from Zscaler and Coupa boost shares. Falling oil and gas prices hit energy firms.
We expect sluggish economic growth and low inflation to provide the Fed with enough room to begin loosening monetary policy.
E-commerce firms Pinduoduo, Groupon impress. Shares of software companies Okta and MongoDB drop.
Rise in labor force participation and slowdown in wage growth bodes well for inflation and the economy.
Investors and stock strategists are braced for a different kind of slump, but a slump nonetheless.
Holding more cash can be a tactical decision as managers wait for deals.
And we’re still bullish on long-term U.S. GDP growth.
Pent-up demand means auto sales could grow even during a recession.
Chinese ADR-listed stocks get a big boost; Nordstrom, Advance Auto Parts slide on outlook.
Dollar appreciation will result in lower short-term earnings growth but typically won’t have a meaningful effect on long-term intrinsic valuation.
Buying “late” versus “early” can lead to improved returns.
Easily overlooked stocks like Bath & Body Works and Paramount have strong fundamentals and room to run.
It will mark the second stock split for the electric vehicle maker in the past two years.
Quality stocks including Microsoft and Amazon have outperformed since the market low in June, but they're still undervalued.
Cheniere Energy Partners, Coterra Energy rally on higher gas prices. Bed Bath & Beyond shares plunge following volatile trading sessions.
Solar stocks get a boost from the Inflation Reduction Act. Increased demand benefits oil and gas drilling equipment suppliers.
New law puts charge in EV market. A Q&A with Seth Goldstein, Morningstar strategist.
How Walmart and Home Depot beat estimates.
Citigroup, Stellantis, and GSK are among those left undervalued even after earnings rallies on solid results.
First Solar, SunPower poised to benefit. Pharmaceutical companies not expected to see major changes to fair value estimates.
Growth stocks including MercadoLibre and Salesforce are available at a steep discount and look poised for long-term outperformance.
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Inflation Reduction Act lifts clean energy; Fed minutes ahead.
With a long-term focus, JPMorgan's Clare Hart holds stocks like UnitedHealth, Philip Morris, and Analog Devices.
Dividend-paying REITs have been knocked back by recession fears, but stocks including Simon Property Group, Welltower are looking cheap.