For major U.S. stock indexes, a bear market is defined as a 20% decline from its most recent all-time high over a prolonged period of time.
In this month’s recap: Stocks hit some turbulence, turning cautious amid slowing economic growth, and policy debate in Washington.
In this month’s recap: Stocks rallied, fueled by an improving labor market, strong corporate earnings, and clarity on Fed tapering plans. Presented by The PensionmarkMeridien Team U.S. MARKETS Signs of an improving labor market, strong corporate earnings, and more clarity from the Fed on its tapering plans propelled stocks to multiple record highs during August. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 1.22 percent while the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index … Read More