NEW YORK With assets of all stripes rallying and the S&P 500 Index approaching fresh records, investors are facing a dilemma: stay in or get out.
An accelerating decline in the U.S. dollar is reverberating around the world, adding fuel to a global momentum rally that has boosted prices for everything from technology stocks to gold.
NEW YORK Investors are betting a weaker U.S. dollar will further boost a rally that has seen stocks, emerging market currencies and other risky assets soar in recent weeks.
Improving U.S. economic data is pushing investors out of U.S. government bonds at the fastest pace in months, the latest sign that risk appetite is returning to broader markets.
What started as a bear market bounce in U.S. equities has transformed into one of the most dramatic rallies in memory, leaving investors looking to past rebounds, options markets and technical analysis for clues on how far it could run.
Technology shares -- a key engine of the stock market's climb to records over the last several months -- are now among those leading Wall Street's plunge on growing concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.
New York/Frankfurt Das Coronavirus stellt an den Börsen die Welt auf den Kopf: Seit Jahresbeginn steigen die US-Aktienmärkte, die Kurse von Staatsanleihen, der Dollar und der Goldpreis im Einklang.
NEW YORK Some asset prices are moving together in unusual ways, an indication that investors may be preparing their portfolios for a coronavirus-led global slowdown.
NEW YORK, Feb 24 Some asset prices are moving
together in unusual ways, an indication that investors may be
preparing their portfolios for a coronavirus-led global
NEW YORK A powerful surge in the dollar threatens to magnify the pain for companies and nations already struggling with the economic fallout of the coronavirus.