A battle is being waged on Wall Street between those betting on mounting signs of slowing economic growth here and abroad and those who see U.S. markets positioned to shake off a multitude of anxieties and accelerate higher.
As the S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq move higher and technicals strengthen, investors say “meh”.
The U.S. dollar bucks its recent downtrend on Wednesday ahead of the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy update.
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Treasury yields fall Wednesday as traders wait for the Federal Reserve to wrap up a two-day meeting that could highlight the positives in an economy showing signs of weakness in the first-quarter.
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Revlon Inc. shares tumbled 6.9% on Tuesday, after the cosmetics company said it would be late filing its annual report for 2018, after identifying a material weakness in its financial reporting.
Tilray Inc. finally showed investors that it is capable of selling recreational pot in Canada, but emphasized its pivot to markets in the U.S. and Europe that it will need to justify its swollen market value.
Cannabis stocks are mostly higher, as investors digest Tilray Inc.’s earnings and the latest moves by New Jersey and Pennsylvania to pave the way toward legalization.
Mortgage fraud risk has risen substantially in recent years as refinance activity has dried up for lenders.