Money and investing stories resonating with MarketWatch readers this past week.
Bank of America strategists say there are reasons to increasingly doubt the safety of bonds.
One longtime CME trader’s says this kind of stock-market manipulation hasn’t been seen since al Qaeda cashed in before initiating the Sept. 11 attacks.
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Oil prices might be acting like a warning light when it comes to the stock market, which is trading near all-time highs despite growing concern over the U.S.-China tariff battle and rising global trade tensions.
Investors say fears of credit-ratings downgrades to debt-laden companies is a top concern as the U.S. economy shows signs of weakening
Investors may be accepting too little compensation on U.S. corporate bonds given growing concerns about the debt binge and recent red flags in the market.
JPMorgan Chase CEP Jamie Dimon said the money-market turmoil highlights risk of bigger crisis and the Fed should pay attention.
Dow sheds more than 250 points after data showed China’s economic growth slowing further in the third quarter and investors awaited more signals from the corporate earnings season about the health of the U.S. economy.