Anshu Jain, Who Helped Make Deutsche Bank a Trading Powerhouse, Dies

Anshu Jain, a veteran investment banker who led Deutsche Bank AG during a tumultuous time in the German lender’s history, has died. He was 59. Mr. Jain has been credited with helping build Deutsche Bank’s investment-banking business, making the once sleepy German bank into a global trading powerhouse. When Mr. Jain became co-CEO in 2012 … Read more

Can the stock market bottom without Wall Street’s fear gauge hitting ‘panic’ levels?

Investors have endured a lot this year, and it’s not over yet with market technicians debating whether US stocks are embarking on the start of the next bull market, or simply another vicious bear-market rally, as investing titans Stanley Druckenmiller and Michael Burry have warned . For investors struggling to discern how best to position … Read more

Opinion: Five reasons high-flyers in the stock market will crash down to earth

It’s never boring these days. Recall that there are times when the S&P 500 goes 100 days or more without making a 1% intraday move. But big moves are the norm nowadays — and they aren’t bullish. Neither is the fact that many of the worst of the low-quality stocks that are still down 80%-90% … Read more

Is the stock market’s favorite ‘fear gauge’ signaling more pain ahead for investors?

Investors have endured a lot this year, and it’s not over yet with market technicians debating whether US stocks are embarking on the start of the next bull market, or simply another vicious bear-market rally, as investing titans Stanley Druckenmiller and Michael Burry have warned . For investors struggling to discern how best to position … Read more

Stocks rally like it’s ‘mission accomplished’ — but investors urge caution as Nasdaq enters bull market

Investors might want to keep their guard up as the stock market continues its rally. “The market has kind of gone back to sleep” in appearing to think, “all right, mission accomplished, inflation’s in the bag, the Fed can back off,” said Sameer Samana, a senior global market strategist at Wells Fargo Investment Institute, in … Read more

Dow Shoots Higher, Tesla Gains

Text size Traders working at the New York Stock Exchange (Photo courtesy of NYSE) The Dow Jones Industrial Average surged nearly 500 points as investors hope that inflation has peaked. In midday trading, the Dow has risen 494 points, or 1.5%. The S&P 500 was up 2% and the Nasdaq Composite has gained 2.7%. The … Read more

Tech Stocks Are Back in the Market’s Driver’s Seat

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Tech Stocks Are Back in the Market’s Driver’s Seat

Some familiar stocks have reclaimed their place at the top of the market’s leaderboard. The technology and consumer discretionary segments of the S&P 500 have propelled the broader market’s rally from its 2022 low in mid-June. That marks a reversal from much of the year when investors took shelter in utilities, consumer staples and healthcare … Read more

Nasdaq has been flirting with a bear-market exit, but strategists say surge not strong enough to enter a bull cycle

The Nasdaq Composite flirted with leaving bear market territory earlier this week as the tech-heavy index continued a bounce off the June lows before suffering a setback — but even a renewed push back above the exit threshold wouldn’t convince some strategists the bear has been vanquished. According to Dow Jones Market Data, a finish … Read more

Tech Stocks Lead Market Lower as Investors Await Inflation Data

US stock indexes were lower Tuesday as investors monitored earnings reports and economic data ahead of inflation figures due later in the week. The S&P 500 slipped 0.4%, a day after the broad index finished with modest losses. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 0.1% while the technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite fell 1.4%.