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Case-Shiller Index Shows Optimism U.S. home prices jumped significantly in April, adding yet another data point to the optimistic portrait of the U.S. economy. National U.S. home prices spiked five percent during those 30 days, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller Home.
Markets Predict Yellen Will Hold Steady For the last several months, markets have been pricing in another interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve. At one point, the probability of a 2016 rate hike reached 80%, but then the Brexit.
Brexit Could Send Yields Plunging If the U.K. votes to leave the European Union, income investors across the pond could be collateral damage. At least that’s according to Francesco Garzarelli, co-head of global macro markets research at Goldman Sachs Group.
Kickstarter Breaks Unwritten Rule of Tech In an industry known for innovation, one company is going for the tried and true. In March, Kickstarter did something almost unheard of in the tech world: it paid a dividend to shareholders. According.
Flight to Safety Sends Yields Plunging The yield on 10-year German bunds has sunk below zero percent, leaving yield-hungry income investors struggling to catch up. According to financial information provider FactSet, the yield on 10-year German government notes fell as.
H&R Block Hikes Dividend 10% While few of us like to think about the IRS, there is one tax story you might like. On Thursday, shares of H & R Block Inc (NYSE:HRB) soared seven percent after reporting better-than-expected earnings..
Several indicators have been suggesting a growing U.S. economy. This time, it’s the Purchasing Managers’ Index, or PMI. Today, the Institute of Supply Management (ISM) published its latest report on the U.S. manufacturing sector. It suggests that in May, the.
A regulation known as the fiduciary rule was finalized by the Department of Labor back in April. Now, financial industry trade groups are taking to the courts to block it. Today, The Wall Street Journal reported that the U.S. Chamber.
Yellen: Rate Hike Coming Soon As we saw on Friday, every word Janet Yellen speaks can move markets. While giving a speech at Harvard University, the chair of the Federal Reserve dropped hints about where interest rates might be headed..
Based on hints from Washington, the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates later this month. Your first reaction may be, Who cares? How much can a bunch of crusty old bureaucrats in D.C. impact me? A lot, actually. The Federal.