The U.S. created a robust 223,000 new jobs in May to push unemployment down to an 18-year low of 3.8%, signaling that a nine-year-old economic expansion still has plenty of steam despite being one of the oldest ever. See full story.
Stocks look stuck in ‘no man’s land’ as a wild week ends — here’s how to play it
New month, same problems. Count technical analyst Mark Arbeter among the traders not thrilled by the S&P 500’s choppiness. He’s got a way to handle it though, providing our call of the day. See full story.
Think the Italy panic was bad? Just wait until central banks turn off the spigot
The recent market panic underscores the pain investors could face if a similar geopolitics-inspired shock takes place in a backdrop of less accommodative monetary policy See full story.
Deutsche Bank stock is looking cheap after 40% slide, but analysts remain wary
Deutsche Bank is facing down a fair share of negative headlines lately from a downgrade to news the Fed is concerned. Here’s what analysts are saying investors should do next. See full story.
This outperforming fund manager ‘rents’ dividend stocks for a higher yield
Ben Lofthouse of Janus Henderson takes advantage of the timing of European companies’ dividend payouts. See full story.