Ed Yardeni

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Investors were alarmed by US president Donald Trump’s recent threat to keep hiking tariffs on Mexico if it doesn’t take steps to stop illegal immigration to the US. Photograph: Michael Reynolds/EPA

Donald Trump has been quick to take the credit for stock market gains during his presidency but 2017’s talk of a “Trump bump” is long gone, with inve(...)

The combined value of Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and Alphabet – the FAAMGs, as they are sometimes known – is just shy of $4 trillion. Photograph: Chesnot/Getty Images

High-flying technology stocks continue to defy the doubters. Although 2018 has been a testing year for most investors – the MSCI World Index has been(...)

P Morgan Chase HQ in  New York. JP Morgan says stocks tend to rise more when repurchases are announced than when the transactions actually occur. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

A variety of concerns – rising interest rates and inflation, trade wars, geopolitical tensions, turbulence in the technology sector – have shaken stoc(...)

 Facebook stock  dipped below its 200-day moving average last week. Photograph: AFP

Last week was a deeply unpleasant one for Facebook shareholders, with the stock losing over $60 billion (€48.65 billion) in market value following its(...)

Seven ways to understand the recent rollercoaster stock market

Volatility has returned to global markets. Market corrections can be scary but knowledge is always the best antidote to fear. Here are seven pointers (...)

The very long bull market shows no signs of letting up. Photograph  Spencer Platt/Getty

Animal spirits appear to be stirring in financial markets, with the S&P 500 enjoying its best start to a year since 1999. For many investors, the (...)

Tough times: a trader on the floor of the NYSE during recent market falls. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Pullbacks, corrections, bear markets, crashes – what’s the difference exactly? The terms are often used loosely, but a pullback denotes a brief single(...)

Analysts are projecting, on average, gains of just 5.8 per cent this year for the S&P 500, Bloomberg noted last week – the weakest annual target i(...)