Irvine, California-based Masimo makes non-invasive patient monitoring, measuring and sensing technologies that improve patient care in the hospital, the home, and on the go.
The world seems an increasingly uncomfortable place for traditional stock and bond investments.
U.S. stocks are trading modestly lower in pre-market action with the markets awaiting tomorrow's key September nonfarm payroll report.
Generally speaking, when rates rise, so does the importance of investing in high-quality companies with strong operating metrics that can weather the higher cost of capital.
U.S. equities are higher in afternoon action following a recent plunge to lows not seen since 2020.
Inflation remains persistently high, dominating everything else in the macro outlook.
U.S. stocks are moving higher in pre-market trading, following yesterday's third-straight 75-basis point rate hike from the Fed.
U.S. stocks are declining in pre-market trading as the markets await the Fed’s highly anticipated monetary policy decision tomorrow.
As the Federal Reserve raises rates in an effort to stifle inflation, what are the implications for US mortgage holders?
Jim Pass, head of project finance for Guggenheim Investments, and Kate Newman from the World Wildlife Fund talk about the most recent research collaboration between Guggenheim and WWF, a survey of infrastructure investors and developers.
U.S. equities are modestly higher in afternoon action on the heels of yesterday's sharp drop that came as consumer price inflation surprisingly came in hot.
Shopify is a leader in commerce solutions that allow merchants to set up online stores and sell their products.
U.S. stocks are starting the week in positive territory, extending last week's advance that snapped a three-week losing streak.
U.S. stocks are continuing to trade higher in the final session of the week and are on pace to end a three-week losing streak.
Emerging markets strategies may offer differentiated exposure for investors concerned about a slowdown in the developed world but it’s crucial that investors look at the underlying exposures of their strategy as investment approaches to emerging markets can differ significantly.
U.S. stocks ended the day in the red, continuing last week's sharp drop following comments from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell last Friday that heightened inflationary concerns.
With the recent increases in interest rates, the carry trade has had a sudden resurgence in performance, which could make it a tempting strategy for investors.
You might think these headwinds would be broadly negative for EM debt, but we see bright spots within the EM sovereign and corporate landscape.
Signposts for credit investors as the next recession approaches.
Deeper losses for equities may lay ahead.
Rick Friedman from GMO’s Asset Allocation team offers the following comments about the updated forecasts.
U.S. stocks are subdued following yesterday’s release of the minutes from the Fed’s July monetary policy meeting.
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U.S. stocks have come off the worst levels of the day and are threatening a move into positive territory.
Lower July CPI inflation is likely the beginning of a trend.
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U.S. stocks are moving upward, continuing yesterday's rally, as the markets digest the release of the Producer Price Index.
In a world of instant updates and daily stock market news, investors often fixate on chasing short-term returns or “beating the market.”
U.S. stocks are trading mixed in pre-market action, with the markets anticipating tomorrow's start of a flood of July inflation data.
U.S. equities finished mixed in choppy trading amid a host of data, events and cautious Fedspeak driving sentiment.
We met with the portfolio managers of BlackRock Strategic Income Opportunities to have a wide-ranging discussion on their approach and why it’s so well suited to the current market environment.
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Guggenheim Investments and Guggenheim Partners Global CIO joins Bloomberg TV on Fed Day to discuss the Fed’s 75 basis point hike, and signs that the economy is already in recession.
OneSpan makes digital authentication software for corporate cybersecurity.
U.S. stocks are trading higher as the Street is reacting positively to softer-than-expected earnings results from some key companies.
Our last two quarterly letters conveyed a cautious attitude regarding both the economy and financial markets. The cautious season persists this quarter.
Throughout the duration of the recent bull market (one of the longest on record) common stocks in the general sense became significantly overvalued.
U.S. stocks are mixed in a subdued session to close out the week, but remain on target for a sharp weekly advance.
The Fed’s most pressing concerns are to not only reverse its monetary excess and misjudgment of inflation, but also to instill confidence that they will follow important provisions of the Federal Reserve Acts.
Born in the 1980s, special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) are growing up. A surge in SPAC activity that started in 2019 only grew in 2020, bolstered by the market volatility brought on by the pandemic – but also by an influx of more serious investors in a previously niche space. By the end of 2021, SPACs had raised $160 billion on U.S. exchanges – a new record that nearly doubled the level of the previous year.
U.S. equities are seeing solid gains, as the bulls look to sustain the rise today after failing to do so yesterday.
Headquartered in Brookfield, Connecticut, Photronics is a world leader in the critical photomasks used to manufacture semiconductor wafers.
In a continuation of the first quarter, stocks and bonds struggled to find any sort of traction in the second quarter, leading to one of the roughest six-month starts to a calendar year on record.
The latest data suggest that we may already be in a recession.
Chris Galipeau, Senior Market Strategist of Putnam’s Capital Market Strategies group, recently spoke with Scott M. D’Orsi, CFA, a Portfolio Manager in Putnam’s Fixed Income group on the Active Insights podcast.
U.S. stocks are seeing pressure in early action following the long holiday weekend, with global recession concerns weighing on sentiment.
US energy stocks are outperforming consumer discretionary stocks by the widest margin in more than 30 years. Does this mean surging energy prices will trigger a deep freeze in consumer spending?
The market has spent much of 2022 worrying about inflation and associated interest rate rises, and Growth stocks have certainly borne the brunt of this.
In a new piece, GMO’s Asset Allocation Team notes that even with the battering of growth stocks in 2022 there is still ample opportunity to benefit from betting on cheap value stocks versus expensive growth names.
U.S. stocks are extending weekly gains, rebounding from yesterday afternoon's slide as the markets remain choppy amid lingering global recession concerns that have been bolstered by monetary policy tightening efforts around the globe aimed at getting high inflation under control.
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