This week we look at what the upcoming presidential election may mean
for markets in 2016.
Oil and high-yield bond prices remain tightly linked. A close relationship between
the two has persisted since summer 2014, when...
The 75% run-up in oil prices from the multiyear lows hit in mid-February 2016
has raised concerns that the U.S consumer may run for the hills.
“Sell in May and go away” is probably the most widely cited cliché in stock
Negative interest rates are likely to persist as two central banks reiterated
their commitment and a third, the Bank of Japan (BOJ), could do the
same this week.