Despite December doldrums, many Wall Street analysts are bullish for 2019

Despite the market turmoil in December, many of Wall Street’s top analysts remain bullish for 2019. A CNBC survey found that the average strategist sees the S&P 500 ending next year above 3,000. […]Despite the market turmoil in December, many of Wall Street’s top analysts remain bullish for 2019. A CNBC survey found that the average strategist sees the S&P 500 ending next year above 3,000.Read More

Tips for making your last-minute year-end donations

Whether you’re giving to a charitable organization or to friends and family, these tips will help ensure your gifts count for the 2018 tax year. […]Whether you’re giving to a charitable organization or to friends and family, these tips will help ensure your gifts count for the 2018 tax year.Read More

UBS’ Art Cashin doesn’t expect the Fed to raise interest rates at all next year

The UBS director of floor operations at the New York Stock Exchange says he was surprised the central bank raised rates for the fourth time this year but added that Fed Chairman Jerome Powell was compelled to follow through. […]The UBS director of floor operations at the New York Stock Exchange says he was surprised the central bank raised rates for the fourth time this year but added that Fed Chairman Jerome Powell was compelled to follow through.Read More