Inflation and the coronavirus did not hold back the stock market last year, but in 2022, investors face new worries.
He was renowned for his steady hand during the 1987 stock market crash. He later helped design circuit breakers to calm future panics.
In this season for forecasts and resolutions, investors will be better off if they are able to think 10 or more years ahead, our columnist says.
Corrected disclosures show that Vice Chair Richard H. Clarida sold a stock fund, then swiftly repurchased it before a big Fed announcement.
An economist says that retirees should tilt toward stocks as they age.
The iPhone maker’s value tripled since 2018 as its sales continued to soar and it spent hundreds of billions of dollars on its own stock.
Shares soared as interest rates stayed low and stimulus programs helped the economy. But expected changes could make investors wary.
Beijing gave CATL lavish subsidies, a captive market of buyers and soft regulatory treatment, helping it to control a crucial technology of the future.
The Hagerty brand insures collectible autos — two million of them — and its articles and videos draw crowds. After going public, it has bigger plans.
The company announced it had confidentially filed paperwork for an I.P.O., but without disclosing financial details.
The last time the S&P 500 had a negative real earnings yield, analysts said, was in 2000, before the tech bubble burst.
Fitch’s announcement spells out a reality already accepted by investors: The company can’t pay its bills and is being restructured under Beijing’s eye.
The creation of a committee with government representation reassured investors fearful about what would happen if the huge property developer collapsed.
The move is a “means to an end” for BuzzFeed to grow via acquisitions and e-commerce, its chief executive said.
Evergrande and Kaisa must come up with hundreds of millions of dollars in days. Beijing sought to reassure markets overall, but signaled it might let Evergrande fail.
The ride-hailing giant made an abrupt shift as officials in Washington and Beijing have grown increasingly skeptical of Chinese corporate access to Wall Street’s money.
Wall Street’s unease continued after Moderna’s chief executive said there could be a “material drop” in the effectiveness of current vaccines against the new variant.
Stocks rose on Monday, but analysts expect a bumpy ride for share prices while experts assess whether existing vaccines will be effective against the new variant.
Stocks and oil futures slumped, while investors sought safety in government bonds.
Do what it takes to stay invested in the stock market, our columnist says. Government bonds may help, even if they look unappealing now.
Peter Rawlinson designed the Tesla S. His new Lucid Air sedan is a direct challenge to Tesla’s dominance.
Some “stay-at-home” stocks that were pandemic-era darlings have experienced brutal sell-offs.
The sales so far were considerably short of the $20 billion worth he promised over the weekend that he would sell.
The second-most populous country is enjoying some of the world’s strongest stock market returns. Pro-growth policies and gnawing questions about China have helped.
The electric-vehicle maker, backed by Amazon and Ford, ended its first day of trading valued at $86 billion, though its deliveries so far total 156.
Evergrande has three bonds for which grace periods for interest payments are set to expire on Wednesday.
The company, backed by Amazon and Ford, has delivered only 156 trucks so far, but its market worth approaches that of Ford.
The company has already moved to wind down its once vast financial arm and spin out or sell various businesses under pressure from investors.
He asked whether he should sell 10 percent of his stock, and Twitter voters said yes. Stock options he was granted in 2012 are “a ticking tax time bomb,” one expert said.
The conglomerate’s results reflected the turmoil in financial markets and the broader slowdown in U.S. economic growth.
The rise in prices has affected not only consumer goods but some government savings bonds, and it could benefit some investors looking for safe spaces for their money.
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Inflation is as much a psychological process as an economic one. And a key indicator of inflation expectations has risen in recent days, which could ultimately lead to higher interest rates.
The divestment campaign has taken much of the shine off what was once the planet’s dominant industry.
The results in the latest quarter are a sign of the company’s financial strength as it faces a public relations crisis.
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The separate reports, investigating three Republicans and a Democrat, center on stock trades, the misuse of campaign funds and the improper awarding of contracts.
The troubled property giant faced the threat of default if it didn’t meet its obligations to foreign bondholders by Saturday.
The Federal Reserve faced scrutiny after two regional bank presidents disclosed questionable 2020 trading. Now it’s revamping the rules.
After weeks of fluctuations driven in part by Washington gridlock, share prices hit another high and put a dismal September in the rearview mirror.
The co-working operation is being absorbed into a special-purpose acquisition company. It must contend with new dynamics in commercial real estate.
Months later, some Federal Reserve leaders resumed their market activity, stoking a scandal now engulfing the central bank.
A long-anticipated report did not suggest any policy changes in response to the meme stock frenzy that caused some little-regarded shares to soar.
After coasting higher over the summer, markets are jittery over rising prices, growth snarls and a number of other threats.
You don’t need a lot of mutual funds or exchange-traded funds to build a solid portfolio.
After having few cares about the markets all year, investors are getting nervous as the Fed signals that harsher policies are on the way.
Elon Musk announced the move at the company’s annual shareholder meeting, hosted at a factory Tesla is building near Austin.
Beijing is opening its financial system to foreign banks — and they have maintained their traditional openness to the Communist Party’s rule.
Even as more costly fuel poses political risks for President Biden, oil companies and OPEC are not eager to produce more because they worry prices will drop.