Chart of the week
By: David Bianco
S&P 500 leverage update: another young vs. old sector split
GDP likely to recover, but will real yields?
2021 S&P 500 EPS likely the same as 2019: Should the P/E be higher?
Tech titans: super enterprises in a class all their own
The recent pattern in European equity markets looks strikingly similar to what happened in Asia after the SARS outbreak. That could be a mixed blessing.
Better than feared second-quarter S&P 500 EPS on June bounce and tech & health-care immunity
While U.S. stocks are back to their pre-crisis levels volatility is not. Surprisingly, stocks and volatility have been moving in tandem for weeks. Time to worry?
As an institution, the European Union is borrowing on a large scale for the first time for its reconstruction fund. This creates opportunities for security-conscious investors.