President Xi Jinping stressed the need to maintain political stability in an unusual meeting of China’s top leaders -- a fresh sign the ruling party is growing concerned about the social implications of the slowing economy.
China isn’t set to come to the rescue of a weakening world economy even amid signs policy makers are successfully cushioning some of its slowdown.
U.S. stocks could deliver big gains in 2019 if history is any guide, and some companies have more potential to outperform than others, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
Seven of the world’s top 10 economies by 2030 will likely be current emerging markets. (Source: Bloomberg)
Worries that the U.S. economy will tip into a recession are overblown for now and stocks can extend their recent rebound even as economic growth slows, according to Bob Doll at Nuveen Asset Management LLC.
Markets from equities to high-yield bonds that have been flashing warning signs are probably an overreaction to slowing growth rather than a precursor of imminent recession, according to J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon.
Stocks may be coming off their worst year since the financial crisis, but a majority of Wall Street professionals see gains ahead for 2019.
Despite the market’s stumble into the new year, Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel is predicting solid gains for stocks by the end of 2019.
A slowing economy and more cautious Federal Reserve next year could extend the longest bull run in history, Leuthold Group’s Jim Paulsen told CNBC on Thursday.