The $300 Billion FAANG Surge Lives Another Week
June 10, 2018

The world’s favorite stocks fought through to their seventh rally in nine weeks, though not without landing a few blows on traders.

For about 24 hours on Thursday and Friday, losses in the FAANG block looked liable to snowball, bringing Continue reading

Traders Are Asking If the Bond and Stock Selloff Is the Start of Something Big
February 19, 2018

They’ve faced threats before: swollen valuations, a stagnating economy, stretches of declining earnings. Now investors are dealing with a new menace, and it’s wreaking more havoc than anything in two years.

It’s the bond market, where the biggest jump for Continue reading

Dow Plunges 666 Points as Rate Angst Sinks Bonds: Markets Wrap
February 11, 2018

The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled 666 points in the biggest plunge since June 2016, as the worsening bond rout stirred angst that the Federal Reserve will accelerate its rate-hike schedule.

Solid jobs data that underscored the strength of the Continue reading