"We see US growth momentum peaking," said BlackRock, which cut its stance on US stocks to neutral in its midyear outlook.
"I think there are a lot of players that have taken too much leverage, too much risk, and some of them are going to blow up," Roubini said.
Mark Grant of wealth management firm B. Riley FBR told CNBC “the biggest concern for the markets, frankly, is the election.” The chief global strategist said there’s risk because of the distinct differences between the Democratic and Republican tax proposal plans. Grant suggests investors have more cash, buy ETFs that […]
Citi says global markets are in Phase 3 of a 4-stage investment cycle. The bank said volatility will rise, but a solid growth backdrop means it will still provide opportunities to “buy the dip” in select markets. Only four of the 18 items on the bank’s bear market checklist are […]
Today’s decision by the stock index firm MSCI to delay inclusion of Chinese A shares in its emerging market index will only delay the inevitable. Credit Suisse analysts say it’s a matter of when, and not if, for these domestically traded shares to be included. “No other economy in our […]
Thanks to the falling dollar.