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Inflation, supply chain hiccups hit Wall Street but retail investors remain net buyers of stocks

As rising costs and supply chain pressures weigh in on stocks on Wall Street, retail investors continue to be major buyers of the dip.

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Inflation concerns, rising crude oil prices hint at mounting risk for US stock markets, says Chris Wood

In the United States, headline CPI inflation rose from 5.3% on-year basis in August to 5.4% on-year in September,

Wall Street Week Ahead: Regional bank loan growth could hint at healthier supply chains

Increasing demands for new loans at higher interest rates could signal that small businesses are securing inventory and expanding, said Dave Ellison, a portfolio manager at Hennessy Funds.

Wall Street Week Ahead: Regional bank loan growth could hint at healthier supply chains

U.S. Stocks : Wall Street climbs on strong Goldman Sachs earnings, retail sales data

Goldman Sachs gained 1.5% as a record wave of dealmaking activity drove a surge in the bank's quarterly profit.

U.S. Stocks : Wall Street climbs on strong Goldman Sachs earnings, retail sales data

U.S. Stocks: Tech stocks lift Nasdaq, banks weigh on S&P 500, Dow

Mega-caps growth names including Facebook Inc, Amazon.com Inc, Google-parent Alphabet Microsoft Corp, and Tesla rose, while chipmakers added 0.5% after a three days of losses.

U.S. Stocks: Tech stocks lift Nasdaq, banks weigh on S&P 500, Dow

Significance of FAANGM: One-fifth of entire US stock market capitalization stored in these 6 shares

Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google, and Microsoft, collectively known as FAANGM stocks, are the six most well-known technology companies listed on Wall Street.

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Wall Street Week Ahead: Energy price spike adds market risk as earnings arrive

In a note last week, U.S. economists at Deutsche Bank said the 101-cent increase in gas prices from a year earlier would be expected to lead to a reduction in income that can be spent on non-energy items of about $120 billion

Wall Street Week Ahead: Energy price spike adds market risk as earnings arrive

How Indian investors can keep track of trends emerging in US stock markets

US stock markets function as a barometer for the global investment community. They trade at close to $35 trillion market-cap, more than the sum of the next 4 markets and about 10x of India.

Wall Street Week Ahead: Growth? Value? Some investors opt for a bit of both

Some fund managers have also become worried over the comparatively high valuations commanded by growth stocks, which have helped boost the S&P's price-earnings ratio near its highest level since the 2001 dotcom bubble.

Wall Street Week Ahead: Growth? Value? Some investors opt for a bit of both

US stock markets could witness pullback soon; watch out for these two factors

Wall Street equity indices scaled fresh highs in August, without the backing of any economic or profit fundamental, said Lisa Shalett, Chief Investment Officer, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management while adding that this up-move

Apple share price soars 19% so far this year; FAANGM stocks jump 31% on average in 2021

Apple’s P/E multiples are, however, more expensive than peers such as Google, which trades at 28.8x and Facebook that trades at 27x. Meanwhile other technology giants such as Microsoft and Amazon trade at higher multiples t

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Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors grow wary as stocks hit new highs

Utilities are the S&P 500's best-performing sector so far this quarter with a 10.2% gain. They have been followed by other popular destinations for nervous investors, including real estate and healthcare.

Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors grow wary as stocks hit new highs

Robinhood share price tanks 5% so far this week as SEC hints at ban on payment for order flow

Robinhood Markets’ share price has tanked a little over 5% in two trading sessions so far this week, as investors fear comments by the SEC may result in the trading platform losing revenue.

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Wall Street Week Ahead: A blazing U.S. stock rally faces market’s toughest month

Investors have also been cutting back on leverage, with margin debt dropping 4.3% to $844 billion in July even as the S&P advanced more than 2%, according to data from BofA Global Research.

Wall Street Week Ahead: A blazing U.S. stock rally faces market's toughest month

US-listed China tech stocks rally this week; Cathie Wood buys shares of these Chinese firms

Chinese technology stocks listed on Wall Street are now attempting a comeback after witnessing a free-fall for more than a month.

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UBS Wealth expects S&P 500 to touch 5,000 by 2022; growth, inflation may stay above historical norms

After the covid induced scare in March 2020, S&P 500 has nearly doubled, jumping 94% to date.

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Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors stick to stocks, but gear up for bumpier ride

Worries over slowing growth in China and other major economies have hit prices for oil, copper and other raw materials while the U.S. dollar, a key destination for nervous investors, stands at its highest level in nearly nine

Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors stick to stocks, but gear up for bumpier ride

U.S. Stocks: Wall Street supported by tech, but heads for weekly losses

The S&P 500 energy sector underperformed, and was down 8% so far this week, heading for its worst performance since September last year.

U.S. Stocks: Wall Street supported by tech, but heads for weekly losses

Global fund managers still bullish on US stocks; cut stake in emerging markets, Eurozone

Global fund managers have continued to hold a positive outlook for US equities while trimming stakes in Eurozone, Japan, UK, and emerging market stocks, a Bank of America survey showed.

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U.S. Stocks: Defensives, tech stocks push Wall Street higher as taper fears persist

With the S&P 500 up nearly 100% from its pandemic-lows hit in March 2020, investors have also said stocks might be due for some profit-taking. But a strong second-quarter earnings season is likely to keep losses limited.

U.S. Stocks: Wall Street drops as taper fears, commodity losses weigh

U.S. Stocks: Wall Street opens lower on recovery fears as focus turns to Fed

Data on Wednesday showed U.S. homebuilding fell more than expected in July, the latest indication that surging construction costs and home prices continued to constrain the housing market early in the third quarter.

U.S. Stocks: Wall Street opens lower on recovery fears as focus turns to Fed

Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors give value stocks a second look as bond yields rally

The S&P 500 value stock index, which is relatively heavily weighted in shares of financials, energy firms and other economically sensitive companies, is up 5.5% from last month's lows, outperforming its tech-heavy counterpart

Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors give value stocks a second look as bond yields rally

Chris Wood not giving up on US gold and gold mining stocks; may add Bitcoin holdings if prices fall

Gold has given up its historic correlation with real interest rates in US dollar terms, despite this, Jefferies’ global head (equity strategy) is not giving up on gold and gold mining stocks.

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Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors wary on Washington, balancing debt ceiling and infrastructure bill

The rising sense of concern comes as investors anticipate possible further details on plans to pull back emergency-level supports of the economy from the Federal Reserve at the Jackson Hole annual conference of central banker

Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors wary on Washington, balancing debt ceiling and infrastructure bill

Wall Street Week Ahead: Earnings bounce, bond-yield drop help keep party going for U.S. stocks

The benchmark S&P 500 has climbed more than 17% so far this year, galloping higher despite concerns over a surge in inflation and a projected fall-off in economic growth.

Wall Street Week Ahead: Earnings bounce, bond-yield drop help keep party going for U.S. stocks

Robinhood aims to spark a financial revolution and its IPO is just the beginning

Amid the short squeezes, the lawsuits, the vitriol and the battle for investing inclusivity, in Robinhood’s timely IPO we’re seeing the start of what’s set to become a financial class war between retail and Wall Street.

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