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Relatively hot inflation reports might be blips, but they reinforce why the Fed's rate-cutting cycle might be more gradual, which could be a better backdrop for stocks.
Sentiment data is beginning to match relatively strong "hard" economic data.
Market folklore provides an easy, but inaccurate guide for investing in today's interconnected and complex market. Indicators based on economic or market behavior may be preferred.
Liz Ann Sonders discusses the state of the real estate market with famed agents Dolly Lenz and Jenny Lenz.
The latest perspective on the bond market from the Schwab Center for Financial Research, including a deep-dive on corporate and municipal bond markets.
While focus remains on when the Fed will start cutting rates, history suggests other factors must be looked at when assessing forward stock market performance.
Kathy Jones and Cooper Howard interview Jane Ridley from S&P Global about how municipal bonds are rated.
As expected, the Fed held rates steady in January, but importantly downplayed the likelihood that rate cuts will start as soon as March.