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  1. Our Take on the Second Quarter

    Stocks eked out gains amid Fed-watching, continued mergers and acquisitions, and the ongoing Greek debt crisis.

  2. Credit Markets: Investment Grade Struggles, While High Yield Outperforms

    Interest rates appear poised to rise further over time as the economy improves, creating an environment in which high yield should continue outperforming investment-grade.

  3. Housing Data Perks Up--But Will It Last?

    New and existing home sales and pricing data were positive this week, but a rush to beat rising rates may taper in a few months, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

  4. When These Investors Talk, People Listen

    Our readers weigh in on which shareholder letters or market commentary they regularly read.

  5. What the Greek Debt Crisis Means for Investors

    With most of the debt now being held by institutions, contagion is no longer a concern, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

  6. Friday Five: A Different Kind of Greek Tragedy

    The global stakes surrounding the latest Greek flareup are different than they were a few years ago. Plus, the Fed seeks to soothe, a court raises questions on bailouts, and more.

  7. High Yield Stays in Positive Territory as Bond Markets Dip

    Rising rates have pushed bond indexes into the red this year, but high-yield bonds, helped by tightening credit spreads in energy, have bucked the trend.

  8. No May Flowers in Monthly Jobs Report

    Friday's employment report will likely bring another good, but not great, headline number; however, workers should finally see some wage growth, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

  9. Signs of Life in Manufacturing

    New data show the U.S. manufacturing sector looking better, but don't expect a return to robust growth, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

  10. Strong Jobs Report May Force Fed’s Hand

    May's better-than-expected employment report will likely lead to a boost in rates as early as September, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

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