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Positive Data Helps Stocks Move Modestly Higher

U.S. Stocks rose 0.4% last week as both earnings announcements and economic data releases painted a relatively optimistic picture of the U.S. economy and corporate profitability. On the international front, developed markets rose 0.5% despite the European Central Bank (ECB) leaving monetary policy unchanged and, for the time being, not adjusting their asset purchase program. ... Read More

Fluctuations Foreshadow a Likely Volatile Fourth Quarter

Stocks and bonds moved in sync last week, falling in value nearly across the board with the exception of the Utility, Real Estate and Telecom sectors of the stock market and the High Yield sector of the U.S. bond market. ... Read More

Markets Remain Remarkably Quiet…for Now

Record low levels of volatility persisted into yet another week with U.S. and emerging markets finishing essentially flat and developed international markets posting a slight drop of 0.6%. The performance of the U.S. market was driven by gains in value stocks of 0.4% being partially offset by losses in growth stocks of 0.2%, as measured by the Russell 1000 Value and Growth Indexes respectively. ... Read More

Investors Continue to Crave Income Producing Investments in Low Rate Environment

Stocks posted a second consecutive week of losses in the five day trading period that ended Friday. U.S. Stocks* lost 0.3%, International developed equities* lost nearly 3% and Emerging Markets* fell 4.1%. For the year, emerging markets continue to be the strongest geographical group with a gain of nearly 2% for the year, followed by U.S. stocks which are up 1.4% ... Read More