Stocks ended higher after minutes from the Federal Reserve’s recent policy meeting revealed a plan for shrinking the central bank’s balance sheet.
Where in the world is there value? Potentially everywhere, if investors are willing to look.
The major indexes traded cautiously to close modestly higher for a fourth-straight session, with attention on the newly released budget proposal from the Trump administration and concerns over a terrorist attack in Great Britain.
Stocks ended the day higher regaining some of the ground lost last week.
A quiet day on the political front gave stocks a breather, and they took advantage of it to rally to a strong close.
U.S. businesses are telegraphing unprecedented optimism about doing business globally which signals reasons to consider a global approach for client portfolios.
Stocks ended the day higher. Today, the Dow added 56 points, with 18 of its 30 components declining; the S&P 500 Index rose 8 points; and the Nasdaq gained 43 points.
Muni bond manager Lyle Fitterer and Dr. Brian Jacobsen address the headlines to help investors maintain perspective on Puerto Rico municipal bonds.
With contributions from Gabriel G. Diederich, CFA, Portfolio Manager and Jed Bruss, CFA, Research Analyst, Tax-Exempt Fixed Income.