U.S. Stocks Hover Around Flat
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U.S. stocks wobbled around the flatline Monday after notching a run of records in the first week of trading.
As Stocks Reach New Highs, Investors Abandon Hedges
After a long stretch of stock-market tranquility, more investors are concluding that paying for hedges to protect against any sudden downturn is a waste of money.
Fed's Bostic Raises Concerns About Inflation Expectations
Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said the possibility that the public isn't convinced inflation will rise much "might argue for being somewhat more patient in raising rates, even as the inflation rate moves toward" the central bank's 2% annual target.
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Finra to Examine Off-Exchange Trading
Regulators have expressed worry for years that too much trading has migrated away from stock exchanges and onto private systems operated by brokers. Now Wall Street's self-policing arm will be examining how often the arrangement benefits investors and not just brokers.
The High Stakes in the Looming Fannie and Freddie Overhaul
A decade after the collapsing housing market led to a dramatic bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Congress is gearing up to tackle the politically thorny issue of housing finance reform in 2018.
Conference Board's Employment Trends Index Rose in December
A basket of U.S. employment indicators increased in December, according to a report released Monday.
Oil Prices Mixed on Tighter U.S. Stocks, Global Supply
Crude prices were mixed Monday morning, struggling to hold on to robust gains made last week on tighter stocks in the U.S. and perceived risks to global supply.
In North Korea, Hackers Mine Cryptocurrency Abroad
Malware that mines a cryptocurrency known as Monero and routes the bounty to a North Korean university shows how hackers are targeting new assets as sanctions force Pyongyang to pursue alternative income streams.
Bank of Canada Finds Widespread Positive Business Sentiment
Positive business sentiment in Canada is widespread, with companies ramping up investment and hiring plans to meet sustained demand at home and abroad, the Bank of Canada said.
Why Everything Is Still Awesome in Global Markets
The calendar has rolled over but global markets are still thriving on the 2017 playbook. That means that big questions over why growth and inflation are so out of whack with each other remain unanswered.
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January 08, 2018 13:15 ET (18:15 GMT)