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Investors are greeting the third quarter with a greater fear of recession, and that makes data like Friday's jobs report a potentially bigger market catalyst.
The stock market bounce is just a relief rally and investors should avoid getting sucked back in, according to Royal London's Trevor Greetham.
In the very near term, strategists see a window of positive momentum for an oversold market and say the quarter-end period could be a time for some quick gains.
"When I was a young Buckaroo trader, I used margins and I got slaughtered. And I never did it again," Kevin O'Leary told CNBC's "Squawk Box Asia".
Casino stocks have underperformed the S&P 500 as consumers grapple with the highest inflation rates since the early 1980s.
Bear markets can be scary, but they don't last forever. Experts say that pulling your money from your investments is exactly the wrong thing to do.
Global stock markets diverged after a worldwide sell-off, as analysts assessed the longevity of the bear market and risk of recession.
The Federal Reserve meets next week, and while opinion is unanimous it will raise rates, markets are hinging on what Chair Powell says about future hikes.
JPMorgan's chief global markets strategist, Marko Kolanovic, predicts oil is surging higher — but so are stocks.
The stock market may try to regain its footing in the next few sessions, even as a fresh inflation report looms large at the end of the week.
Stocks could carry the latest rally's momentum into next week as investors look ahead to Friday’s jobs report.
Stocks were under pressure for most of Friday's session as investors worried the economy could fall into a recession.
Investors looking for value in the stock market during the ongoing downturn may be "deluding themselves," according to Sean Corrigan, director at Cantillon Consulting.
Investors could get a reprieve in the week ahead from the vicious selling cycle that has gripped the stock market since late March.
The Club thinks Disney is a buy, as shares trade in the red following its second-quarter earnings release the prior evening.