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Everything the Market Thinks About Inflation Might Be Wrong - WSJ Financial Stocks, Market Economy, Political Economy, Investors, Stock Market, Affiliate Marketing, Everything, Fails, Bond

Everything the Market Thinks About Inflation Might Be Wrong

How much money a central bank prints may be less important to inflation than commodity prices

Dollar Bulls Are Throwing in the Towel as Trump Wagers Evaporate - Bloomberg

Dollar Bulls Are Throwing in the Towel as Trump Wagers Evaporate

Four months after the dawn of the Trump trade, currency investors worldwide are capitulating.

Out-of-Favor Russia May Merit Second Look on Allure of Dividends - Bloomberg

World's Best Dividends Beckon as Russia Lags Emerging Peers

The world’s most generous dividends are going a-begging as the strongest quarterly rally since 2012 in emerging markets leaves Russian stocks behind.

Out-of-Favor Russia May Merit Second Look on Allure of Dividends - Bloomberg

World's Best Dividends Beckon as Russia Lags Emerging Peers

The world’s most generous dividends are going a-begging as the strongest quarterly rally since 2012 in emerging markets leaves Russian stocks behind.

Greenspan’s Irrational Exuberance Looks Entrenched, 20 Years On - Bloomberg

Greenspan’s Irrational Exuberance Looks Entrenched, 20 Years On

Two decades after then-Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan fretted about asset prices reaching unsustainable levels -- a pronouncement that caused a brief interruption in the U.S. stock rally -- his successors might be tempted to warn again markets are getting ahead of themselves.

Greenspan’s Irrational Exuberance Looks Entrenched, 20 Years On - Bloomberg

Greenspan’s Irrational Exuberance Looks Entrenched, 20 Years On

Two decades after then-Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan fretted about asset prices reaching unsustainable levels -- a pronouncement that caused a brief interruption in the U.S. stock rally -- his successors might be tempted to warn again markets are getting ahead of themselves.

Greenspan’s Irrational Exuberance Looks Entrenched, 20 Years On - Bloomberg

Greenspan’s Irrational Exuberance Looks Entrenched, 20 Years On

Two decades after then-Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan fretted about asset prices reaching unsustainable levels -- a pronouncement that caused a brief interruption in the U.S. stock rally -- his successors might be tempted to warn again markets are getting ahead of themselves.

Hedge Fund Momentum Trade Blows Up With Losses Worst Since 2009 - Bloomberg

Hedge Fund Momentum Trade Blows Up With Losses Worst Since 2009

One of the most popular hedge fund trades just hit a wall.

Flows to Volatility ETFs Becoming Deluge as S&P Rally Hedged - Bloomberg Business

Flows to Volatility ETFs Becoming Deluge as S&P Rally Hedged

The longer the rebound in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index lasts, the more traders are piling into hedges that pay out if it comes crashing down.

A Horror Week for the Dow Has Investors Begging for Trump Respite - Bloomberg

A Horror Week for the Dow Has Investors Begging for Trump Respite

Spring has sprung -- just not in U.S. stocks, where a harrowing week has walloped traders with echoes of February’s correction.

European stocks fell for a second day in a broad decline led by retailers and commodity producers, which tracked a drop in metal prices.

European Stocks Decline for Second Day as Miners, Retailers Drop

European stocks fell for a second day in a broad decline led by retailers and commodity producers, which tracked a drop in metal prices.

 Dollar Gains After Fed: Markets Wrap - Bloomberg

U.S. Stocks Slip on Tech Drop, Dollar Up After Fed: Markets Wrap

U.S. stocks fell for the fourth time in five days as selling in technology shares resumed. The dollar advanced with Treasury yields, while gold weakened as traders digested the more hawkish tone struck by the Federal Reserve.

Out-of-Favor Russia May Merit Second Look on Allure of Dividends - Bloomberg

World's Best Dividends Beckon as Russia Lags Emerging Peers

The world’s most generous dividends are going a-begging as the strongest quarterly rally since 2012 in emerging markets leaves Russian stocks behind.

President Donald Trump jumped back into the debate over drug pricing on Tuesday, sending pharmaceutical stocks down again with a tweet promising to lower medicine costs for American people.

Trump Sends Pharma Stocks Down With New Tweet on Drug Prices

President Donald Trump jumped back into the debate over drug pricing on Tuesday, sending pharmaceutical stocks down again with a tweet promising to lower medicine costs for American people.

European Index Futures Sink as Trump Win Fuels Trade Concerns - Bloomberg

Industry Rift Widens on Trump as European Stocks Stage Rebound

Winners separated from losers as European stocks rallied to their biggest turnaround since March, with health-care providers and miners surging, while utilities and food exporters bore the brunt of selling, following Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. presidential election.