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From Bank of America to Morgan Stanley, the Wall Street giants expect stocks to fall more than 20% next year.  Here is what they said.

From Bank of America to Morgan Stanley, the Wall Street giants expect stocks to fall more than 20% next year. Here is what they said.

Three major Wall Street banks expect the S&P 500 to fall more than 20% at some point next year. U.S. stocks face a recession, earnings outlook cuts and liquidity risks as the Fed raises rates. Here’s what Morgan Stanley, Bank of America and Deutsche Bank are saying about what could drive stocks lower. Loading Something …

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Expect more turmoil after a week of mixed market signals

Expect more turmoil after a week of mixed market signals

All major stock averages closed higher for the week thanks to a Friday afternoon rally that pushed the Dow back into positive territory. Several key economic reports drove the action, including the ADP November Nonfarm Payrolls and Employment Reports and the October Personal Spending Report. Most important, perhaps, was Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s comment …

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2022 Vacation Cost Stats: What You Can Expect to Spend |  The bank rate

2022 Vacation Cost Stats: What You Can Expect to Spend | The bank rate

November and December are usually a flurry of holiday gatherings, giveaways, and celebrations. Whether it’s a huge Thanksgiving dinner, giving gifts around Christmas and Hanukkah, or toasting the New Year, the holidays are busy. This year they may also seem more expensive. More than a quarter (27%) of holiday shoppers say the holidays will strain …

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This midterm election result is 'generally good for the markets': what investors can expect

This midterm election result is ‘generally good for the markets’: what investors can expect

Election workers open ballots at the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center in Phoenix on November 11, 2022. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images It may take until December to find out which political parties control both houses of Congress after Tuesday’s midterm elections. But that doesn’t mean your personal investment strategy should also stay up …

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