Someday we'll see these "lower-expected returns" everyone is talking about. Just not yet: 1928-1994, S & P 500 = +9.8%/yr 1995-2013, S & P 500 = +9.7%/yr 2014 YTD (8/31), S & P 500 = +9.8%
markets editor Jeremy Glaser. Jeremy, thanks for being here. Jeremy Glaser: You're welcome, Jason. Stipp: Up first, the S & P 500 this week surpassed a milestone, going over 2,000 briefly. Is this good news for stock investors or bad news for value investors
likely to change direction. The thumbnail chart on the far left side of the daily SPX chart shows that the recent rally of the S & P 500 was accompanied by declining volume. The conclusion would be that the August rally was a headfake and will most likely retrace
By Dividend Yield : These are tough times for investors who look for cheap companies. The Dow and S & P 500 jump from high to high, but this boom is credit-driven; it's the result of the monetary easing policy of the world's major
with a growing higher-margin sensor business and an increased focus on service. These shares have more or less tracked the S & P 500 since my initial write-up in September , but better things could be in store relatively soon. Order levels have accelerated
* Euro off lows as inflation cools bets for ECB cut next week * Wall Street gains on mostly strong economic reports * German Bund yields tick higher but still near record lows * S & P 500 and Euro...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks closed out a strong month on a quiet note on Friday, with the S & P 500 posting a modest gain to close at a new record as the latest positive data helped extend a rally that had been briefly threatened by overseas concerns.
* Indexes up: Dow 0.11 pct, S&P 0.33 pct, Nasdaq 0.5 pct (Updates to close)
Stocks edged higher to complete a fourth straight week of gains, with the S & P 500 finishing at a new record close and posting its biggest monthly rise since February ( +3.8% ), as mostly upbeat U.S. economic
t really seem to care all that much. Fedspeak (minutes and Jackson Hole) didn’t roil markets. Equities: The S & P 500 Index set another new high, ending the week up 1.7%. Only Telecoms (-0.4%) and Energy (+0.6%) lagged notably