• Goldman Sachs says investors are being complacent about recession risks as the stock market rallies

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    Wall Street enjoyed a stock-market rally in July. Spencer Platt/Getty Images
    Goldman Sachs has said investors are being complacent about recession risks and markets remain vulnerable.
    Stocks have rallied in recent weeks as investors have bet the Fed will pause its rate hikes as growth slows.
    But Goldman said markets could run into trouble if inflation continues to surge and growth slows rapidly.
    Investors are being complacent about the risks of a recession and markets remain vulnerable to inflation and weak growth, according to analysts at Goldman Sachs. Stocks have rallied sharply in...
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  • With Broadband Growth Elusive, What's Next For Comcast Stock?

    7 days ago - By Forbes

    Comcast stock has declined by about 12% over the last week and remains down by about 5% over the last month.
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  • Stock markets will remain volatile for the next few months despite their July rebound, according to UBS

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    Markets are likely to remain volatile despite their recent rebound, UBS's chief investment officer Mark Haefele said. Business Insider
    UBS warned investors that market volatility will likely continue over the next few months.
    Stocks rebounded in July, with the S&P 500 rallying over 9% to erase some of its losses from this year.
    "There remains far too much uncertainty and markets may stay choppy in the coming months," CIO Mark Haefele said.
    UBS believes the stock market could remain volatile for the next few months as fresh batches of economic data lead to heightened uncertainty levels. The...
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