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Yahoo BusinessOct 02, 2022
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Yahoo BusinessOct 02, 2022
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Yahoo BusinessOct 02, 2022
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Google Business NewsOct 02, 2022
Stock futures turn slightly positive after Dow, S&P 500 cap worst month since March 2020 - CNBC
Stock futures turn slightly positive after Dow, S&P 500 cap worst month since March 2020  CNBCWhat to know about the reeling financial markets right now  PBS NewsHourInvestors Expect No Peace in Stocks Until Bond Gyrations Subside  NewsmaxStocks Just Suffered Their Worst September Since 2002. What That Means for October.  Barron'sDowngrade of Apple stock triggers sharp tech stock sell-off  Detroit Free PressView Full Coverage on Google News

Forbes HeadlinesOct 02, 2022
The Stock Market Has Risen After Every Midterm Election Since 1950
US stocks have consistently earned positive returns after previous midterms, and delivered average annual returns of 18.6% compared to 10.6% in all other years.

Yahoo BusinessOct 01, 2022
It was the worst September for stocks since 2002. What that means for October.

Market Extra: It was the worst September for stocks since 2002. What that means for October. (MarketWatch)

MarketWatchOct 01, 2022
Market Extra: What investors need to know about October's complicated stock-market history
October has been described as a "bear killer," known for its historically strong returns. But also associated with historic crashes.

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 30, 2022
Market Extra: ‘Painfully slow capitulation': Why investors keep getting inflation wrong
Getty Images/iStockphotoA brutal third quarter in financial markets is about to come to a close and one thing is overwhelmingly clear: Inflation is the single most important factor driving financial markets right now and yet few, if any, people seem able to get it right.The reason? Professional forecasters, policy makers and traders all keep dismissing the way inflation behaved in the 1970s, according to BofA Securities global economist Ethan Harris. That's when inflation — fueled by the war in Vietnam of the previous decade — proved to be unrelenting, forcing three different Fed chairmen to push interest rates above 10% until the fever of rampant price gains finally broke in the 1980s.Read:Investors may be in for a rude surprise: History shows inflation can take years to return to normal even when the Fed hikes interest rates above 10%Friday's data releases only underscored the resiliency of inflation: U.S. stocks wavered on a hotter-than-expected reading within the personal-consumption expenditures price index for August, just as the eurozone reported a record 10% annual inflation rate this month that was driven by an energy crunch. Meanwhile, economists, policy makers and traders are all factoring in a path for U.S. inflation that falls toward or below 3% in 2023.The ramifications of underestimating inflation's persistency are huge for financial markets, creating the potential to add further losses on top of the trillions of dollars of destruction in U.S. wealth that has already occurred in 2022. It's been the worst September for U.S. stocks since 2008 through Thursday's close, and financial markets are on track for their worst year in at least a half-century. The ordinarily safe world of global bonds fell into its first bear market in 76 years this month, as traders and investors brace for a period of continued rate hikes by central banks. And the dollar — the undisputed winner of 2022's extreme volatility — is at 20-year highs, leading to speculation about w

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 30, 2022
Oil futures end lower for the session, month and quarter
Oil futures declined Friday, contributing to their losses for the month and quarter as concerns over a potential recession raised expectations for a slowdown in demand. Still, oil supply will get tighter in the winter and "now that most of the crude demand destruction has been priced in, prices should stabilize going into the year-end," said Edward Moya, senior market analyst at OANDA. November WTI crude fell $1.74, or 2.1%, to settle at $79.49 barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, with front-month prices still up nearly 1% for the week. For the month, prices lost 11%, and ended the quarter down almost 25%, according to Dow Jones Market Data.

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