Global equity markets are struggling so far in 2014 as investors grapple with three disturbing trends. With investors anxious to protect the stock market profits, how significant are these developments?
Equity investors awoke from their 30 percent plus dream in 2013 to a mini-nightmare in January.
Any investor that owned a reasonable percentage of U.S. stocks in their portfolio last year should be feeling pretty good.
Every December, most investment firms publish their outlooks for the coming year.
Federal Reserve Governor Janet Yellen appeared before the Senate Banking Committee this week during her confirmation hearing to succeed Ben Bernanke as the new Chairwoman of the Federal Reserve.
Slower growth in their money supply and tightening credit conditions implied slower Chinese growth and caused commodity prices to crash.
Markets are adjusting this week to the clues the European Central Bank (ECB) gave last week about how it will handle deflation.
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