Among the biggest risks of longer-term investing is putting money in a low yielding asset. Investors shouldn't be afraid of risk, a JPMorgan strategist said.
The uniform worn by the Lakers legend on April 11, 2016, was also sold with a matching pair of his Nike tennis shoes
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Tuesday he plans to bring to the floor legislation to resurrect the nation’s assault weapons ban, which expired nearly 20 years ago. Schumer’s push to pass the bill might charitably be described as a Hail Mary: Democrats hold a 51-to-49 advantage in the Senate, and far more modest gun safety efforts have run aground in the chamber and in the ...
The Australian government on Wednesday urged the opposition to support legislation that would allow authorities to lock up some former immigration detainees who were released after a landmark ruling by the country's top court. Australia's High Court ruled last month that several offenders, including people serving time in jail for child sexual offences, were being unlawfully detained ,as there was no real prospect that they could be removed from Australia. The verdict overturned an court ruling from about 20 years ago that said indefinite immigration detention was lawful as long as the government intended to remove the person from Australia eventually.
Shares of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), the world's most valuable company, popped last month. A weaker-than-expected October inflation report drove Apple stock higher in the middle of the month as the iPhone maker depends on consumer discretionary spending, and consumers have more money to spend when inflation is lower. The main news out on Apple in the early part of the month was its fourth-quarter earnings report.
Asia-Pacific equities gained on Wednesday as bets firmed for a peak in interest rates among major central banks globally, as bond yields continued to decline. Japanese government bond yields dipped to the lowest since mid-August as U.S. Treasury yields hovered close to a three-month trough. U.S. 10-year Treasury yields held steady at around 4.186% after touching 4.163% on Tuesday as cooling labour market data cemented views that the Federal Reserve is done hiking rates, with bets on a first cut coming by March now at around 64%, according to the CME Group's FedWatch tool.
The following contains spoilers from the Dec. 5 episode of CBS’ NCIS: Sydney. NCIS: Sydney wrapped the first half of its freshman season by shedding light on Special Agent Michelle Mackey’s tragic past — yet in doing so left us with at least two burning questions. In the course of investigating this week’s case, Mackey …
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The Ukrainian president pulled out of a briefing with senators debating more funds for Ukraine.
A South Bay city councilwoman who is facing felony charges has attended a council meeting.
Jewish community concerned about KU Med Muslim Student Association's virtual discussion.
Our "Spinning Back Clique" discusses Dana White's latest response to questions about PFL's purchase of Bellator.
One alderman said the city of Ocean Springs is moving too fast with a ‘blighted’ area map for downtown and his constituents don’t understand what’s going on
Yanira Majano and her mother, 85-year-old Martha Martinez, run Love Pupusas from their home in Rancho Penasquitos.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Tuesday that economists who predicted that high U.S. unemployment would be needed to tame inflation are "eating their words" as the economy experiences little weakness in the labor market and consumer demand with prices moderating. "We're not seeing the usual signs of a weakening labor market that would make you fear a recession," Yellen told reporters on a trip to Mexico City. "Economists who've said it's going to require very high unemployment to get this done are eating their words," she said, referring to the factors needed to bring inflation under control.
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Marcus Domask scored 33 points and Terrence Shannon Jr. had 31, both career highs, as No. 20 Illinois shot 63% and surged ahead in the second half for a 98-89 victory over No. 11 Florida Atlantic in the Jimmy V Classic on Tuesday night. Playing in this event for the second consecutive year, the Fighting Illini (7-1) won their fifth straight game thanks to Domask and Shannon, who combined for 47 points after halftime and were a combined 25 of 35 from the field. Domask shot 15 of 21 and surpassed his previous career high of 32 points set Jan. 29 for Southern Illinois at Illinois State.
Emma Shumate hit six 3-pointers and scored 22 points, both career highs, and No. 12 Ohio State coasted to an 85-45 win over Ohio on Tuesday night, the Buckeye's seventh-straight victory. Taylor Thierry added 15 points, Cotie McMahon added 14 and Rebeka Mikulasikova 13 for Ohio State (7-1). Thierry and Celeste Taylor had five steals each and Taylor also had seven assists.
Chris Mazdzer announces he will retire from Luge after FIL World Cup in Lake Placid
Questions are being raised about meals at safe sleeping sites.