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Value strategy continues to lag in a market where earnings growth is scarce, writes Mark Hulbert.
The U.S. money manager said its India unit will close six mutual funds with a combined $3.4 billion in assets, after some corporate bonds they held fell in value and the funds were hit by a wave of investor redemptions.
Despite their recent poor earnings, it's not a bad time to be a big bank. WSJ’s Paul Vigna breaks down this week's winners and losers. Photo: Mark Kauzlarich/Bloomberg News
Steve and Courtney Adcock retired early. While they've lost six figures in the stock market, their plan to ride out the coronavirus-driven downturn includes an off-grid house in Arizona.
Tax-loss harvesting can have tax benefits that will last for years or even decades. Ellie Ismailidou of MarketWatch explains how you can take advantage.
Sales are likely to decline precipitously, but the housing market faces far fewer challenges than in the last economic downturn
Citigroup’s profit for the first three months of the year fell to $2.52 billion as executives warned it will be difficult to estimate the full extent of the loan losses the bank is likely to suffer in coming months.
The bank’s profit fell 46% in the first quarter, a three-month stretch when the coronavirus pandemic battered markets, companies and investors hoarded cash and the U.S. economy ground to a halt.
Individual investors found that withdrawal window for property funds was shut; private-equity fund to launch a roughly $5 billion distressed-investing fund; and people have rekindled friendships amid social distancing and ...
The largest U.S. bank, bracing for a severe recession, set aside another $6.8 billion to cover potential losses on loans to consumers and companies struggling to stay afloat during the coronavirus shutdown.
The bank’s first-quarter profit sank 89% and it set aside billions of dollars to cover potential losses on loans to borrowers hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.
Stock analyst’s discounted cash flow model calculation pegs S&P 500 fair value at 1,800, writes Mark Hulbert.