Affordability is still an issue, mortgage rates will remain high, and homes are sitting on the market longer. It all adds up to a stalled 2023 for real estate.
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With markets expected to produce lower returns in coming years, it’s crucial that you optimize the tax efficiency of your portfolio and spend wisely.
Investors finally have ways to play the first radical shift in computing since the 1950s, but you’re better off waiting before jumping in.
After last year’s blockbuster season, retailers are stuck with bloated inventories just as consumers are pulling back. Get ready for sales, competition, and a new set of winners and losers.
A Barron’s investigation found pricey cars, registration delays, and other complaints.
Love him or hate him, the Tesla CEO is about to show whether Twitter can take flight under his ownership. More than his billions are at stake.
From tax legislation to the debt-ceiling debate, a lot is riding on the next Congress. What to expect from divided government.
Fed officials are considering the timeline of a potential slowdown in interest-rate hikes, according to a Wall Street Journal report. Bond yields moved off their highs.
Tesla’s stock has been in a tailspin. But if the electric-vehicle maker is able to navigate a few bumpy months, it will be a signal that it’s headed in the right direction.
A recession in 2023 would put banks back on their heels after a strong recovery from the pandemic. Sticking with the battleships may be best.
A state long known for liberal policies is advancing the most progressive economic and social agenda in a generation. Some companies are moving out.
Our latest Big Money poll of professional investors finds many bearish about stocks in the near term, but bullish about the market’s longer-term outlook.
Their stocks are down, but regional banks have solid businesses, ample capital, and payouts attractive to income investors.
The U.S. dollar got a brief, welcome walloping this past week, falling 1.5% on Tuesday alone against a basket of six major currencies. It remains up a hefty 17% for the year, and close to its strongest level in decades. That matters for ordinary savers, and not just forex flippers.
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