• The government shutdown is officially the longest ever. Here's what Wall Street is saying about its impact on the market and the economy

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    The government shutdown just became the longest on record, entering into a 23rd day on Sunday.
    Past government shutdowns have not typically had a meaningful impact on the stock market or economic growth, Wall Street economists and market strategists say.
    But a partial shutdown dragging on could delay trade talks between the US and China, and contribute to an element of uncertainty that could upset markets.
    The government shutdown won't impact the stock market or the economy - until it does.
    That was the crux of Wall Street's outlook this week as the partial US government shutdown over...
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  • Wall Street experts are ignoring major warning signs being flashed by the market - and their negligence could speed up the next stock crash

    Wall Street experts are ignoring major warning signs being flashed by the market - and their negligence could speed up the next stock crash

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    As the stock market enters its most crucial earnings season in some time, investors will be closely watching for signs that profit growth is slowing.
    When it comes to earnings forecasts, there's a big divide between what Wall Street analysts are expecting, and when the market is pricing in.
    We explain why that tension could eventually manifest itself in more sharp stock selling.
    The upcoming earnings season will be one of the most important and closely watched in years.
    Stock investors will be scouring results for any sign of an impending profit growth slowdown - or perhaps one that's...
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