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By Alan Rohrbach | August 4, 2016
By Chuck Mikolajczak, Reuters | August 3, 2016
Wall Street edged higher today after a sharp rise in crude oil prices boosted energy shares, while encouraging data on the labor market helped financial stocks.
By Garrett Baldwin | August 3, 2016
By Mike Dolan, Reuters | August 3, 2016
Voter rebellions? A protectionist wave? Looming recession? Islamic militancy? Perhaps the biggest shock to world markets now would be if central banks met their inflation goals.
By Noel Randewich, Reuters | July 27, 2016
By Chris Vermeulen | July 27, 2016
By Marc Jones and Lisa Twaronite, Reuters | April 25, 2016
By Jamie McGeever, Reuters | March 9, 2016
By Sol Pahla | February 16, 2016
By Alan Rohrbach | January 29, 2016
Wednesday’s statement is reminiscent of the Fed stance at the mid-September FOMC announcement and press conference. Equities’ response to their lack of a rate increase then being accompanied by that particular phase of misguided ‘normalcy bias’.