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The historically worst six months of the year have officially started, and combined with technical warnings, that suggests stocks may take a well-deserved break soon.
Investors like labels for the economy and financial markets—many of them with the word “great” in them. The Great Depression.
The last week of April was a big news week. A very weak first quarter GDP highlighted a busy economic calendar…
Negative oil prices have dominated headlines recently. A combination of oversupply, lack of demand, and a lack of storage capacity resulted in temporarily negative oil prices…
Small businesses have been impacted the most by the economic crisis, and the government and Federal Reserve actions to bridge the gap to better times are unprecedented.
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