List/Grid Monthly Archives: March 2016

Market Extra: Can value stocks keep outperforming in second quarter?

Market Extra: Can value stocks keep outperforming in second quarter?

It might be too early to call it a comeback, but value-focused investors are ending the first quarter with reason to cheer. Growth stocks have ruled the roost since well… Read more »

Jay Z is suing the former owners of Tidal

Jay Z is suing the former owners of Tidal

One day after Jay Z’s streaming service Tidal celebrated its one-year anniversary, the rapper-turned-businessman is taking legal action against the company that sold it to him. Jay Z paid $56… Read more »

Tax Guy: Everything you need to know about your IRA

Tax Guy: Everything you need to know about your IRA

Who is eligible? Tax-deductible traditional IRA 1. A single person who has not actively participated in or qualified for an employer-sponsored retirement plan at any time during the year (including… Read more »

The Fed: Fed caution due to fears of Japan-style malaise, Evans says

The Fed: Fed caution due to fears of Japan-style malaise, Evans says

By Senior economics reporter Chicago Fed President Charles Evans was interviewed by Bloomberg Radio WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — The Federal Reserve is being cautious about further interest rate hikes because inflation… Read more »

Your Digital Self: Move over, Hyperloop pods, here come the new blimps

Your Digital Self: Move over, Hyperloop pods, here come the new blimps

When we think of the future of transportation, the possibilities seem endless. We could fly around in small personal aircraft or travel at the speed of sound inside hyperloop pods…. Read more »

Europe Markets: European stocks finish lower, slump 7.7% in first quarter

Europe Markets: European stocks finish lower, slump 7.7% in first quarter

European stocks closed sharply lower on Thursday, deepening losses for the first quarter, with bank shares under pressure while a rise in the euro weighed on exporters. The Stoxx Europe… Read more »

London Markets: FTSE 100 drives lower, extends quarterly loss

London Markets: FTSE 100 drives lower, extends quarterly loss

U.K. stocks pulled back Thursday, with few blue-chip shares moving higher as investors wrapped up trading for the month and for the first quarter of 2016. The U.K.’s FTSE 100… Read more »

Capitol Report: Popular poll guru makes the case for  convincing Clinton win versus Trump

Capitol Report: Popular poll guru makes the case for convincing Clinton win versus Trump

An electoral map from a popular poll guru shows that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would handily beat businessman Donald Trump in a head-to-head election. The map, from University… Read more »

Fitbit Blaze is beating Apple Watch on Amazon

Fitbit Blaze is beating Apple Watch on Amazon

Fitbit Inc.’s new smart fitness watch is selling better than Apple Watch on Amazon.com. Fitbit FIT, +7.31%  said Thursday that it shipped more than 1 million $199.95 Fitbit Blaze devices… Read more »

Project Syndicate: It wasn’t China that ruined the middle class; it was Republican policies

Project Syndicate: It wasn’t China that ruined the middle class; it was Republican policies

BERKELEY, Calif. (Project Syndicate) — One does not need to be particularly good at hearing to decipher the dog whistles being used during this year’s election campaign in the United… Read more »

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