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U. S. stocks closed at a record high as robust first-quarter earnings, strong economic data, and lower bond yields boosted optimism on enduring growth.
U. S. stocks closed at a record high after the yield on the 10-year Treasury bond stayed flat, despite an uptick in inflation. Growth stocks fared well.
This post features the best ETFs, Select Sector SPDRs, Fidelity funds, and S&P 500 stocks of first quarter, along with what to look forward to in the second quarter.
If you are looking for the best growth stocks to buy now, this list of stodgy stalwarts from top sectors is worth checking. For one, all of them have strong near-term growth prospects. Second, some of them provide meaty dividends as well.
U. S. stocks lost ground last week after comments from the Federal Reserve caused the yield on the 10-year Treasury bond to rise to a 14-month high.
New $1.9 trillion stimulus, benign inflation, and adequate demand for bonds auctioned by the U. S. Treasury helped U. S. stocks set new highs last week.
U. S. stocks were mixed. The S&P 500 advanced 0.9%, helped by rising prices of value stocks. The NASDAQ Composite index fell 2.1% as growth stocks declined.
Should I Invest in international stocks in 2021? The article analyzes valuation, growth prospects, and currency conversion impact to answer this question.
Bond yields spiked on strong economic data and rising inflation expectations. The S&P 500 fell in response, recording its first losing week in February.
U. S. stocks closed the week at a record high on the prospect of additional Congressional aid amidst strong corporate profits.