Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Here Come Some Big Numbers for a High Flying Corner of the Market

Market Leading Housing Sector Has Important News This Week

Will housing stocks continue their epic run? The next few sessions may answer that question. Statisticians at the Commerce...

The World’s Dullest Sector Is Hitting New Highs

We've talked about boring stocks like health-care and consumer products. But those are pretty exciting compared with the best performing sector yesterday. Yep, we're talking...
Construction Reclaiming Role in U.S., Years After Subprime Crash

Construction Reclaiming Role in U.S. Economy, Years After Subprime Crash

Construction, left for dead after the subprime crash, may be reclaiming its importance for the U.S. economy. Today's private-sector...
Homebuilders Gaining as Market Looks for Brighter Future

Homebuilders Gaining as Market Looks for Brighter Future

Housing stocks are on the move as Wall Street looks for a rebound in the industry. The iShares US...

How the Market May Be Pricing in Higher Rates

Suddenly the market seems to be taking higher interest rates seriously. Banks and financials, which stand to benefit from increased yields, are among the best...

Surprise: Housing Led Tuesday’s Strong Rally

Markets had their biggest rally since the start of the year today, led by an unexpected sector. Housing stocks ripped over 4 percent, more than...
New Highs for Stocks as Confidence Rises and Volatility Falls

New Highs for Stocks as Confidence Rises and Volatility Falls

Stocks hit new highs again last week, riding a wave of economic confidence, low interest rates and mild volatility.

Why Builders Might Get Housed

Tomorrow's a big day for homebuilders, but will it matter? Housing starts and building permits for April are both due at 8:30 a.m. ET. Good...

Metals & Solar Shine: Midweek Sector Check

The S&P 500 has inched higher over the previous week, but under the surface there are some noteworthy movers. Let's take a look at...

Small Caps Keep Running: Midweek Sector Check

Increased global risk keeps investors focused on domestic stocks in the Russell 2000.
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