Increased COVID-19 cases do not appear to affect the stock market, but new restrictions may be impacting economic data.
Month: November 2020
The S&P 500 is up, and small caps have soared. Sentiment could be getting a little frothy as well, which may increase the odds of a pullback.
Corporate earnings are beating expectations and stocks may be in a new bull market.
Stocks fell for the second straight month in October as Election Day approached and brought policy uncertainty that historically has driven volatility.
Equity returns have been strongest under a split Congress. What we can expect under a Joe Biden administration.
What we can expect in the markets and economy under a Biden administration and split Congress.
Choosing our next president may take longer this time, but temporary uncertainty at the polls should not slow our economic recovery.
GDP grew 33.1% annualized in the third quarter, the sharpest rebound in GDP since WWII.