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Gold futures settle at a more than 1-week high

Monday December 17th, 2018 06:46:31 PM
Gold futures climbed on Monday, buoyed by weakness in the dollar and losses in the stock market, to mark their highest settlement in just over a week. Prices for the metal got an added boost to intraday highs after Doubleline Capital Founder Jeff Gundlach, in an interview with CNBC, "predicted the U.S. dollar would struggle in the coming new year, and that U.S. equities will enter a bear market," said Jim Wyckoff, senior analyst at February gold rose $10.40, or 0.8%, to settle at $1,251.80 an ounce, the highest finish since Dec. 7, according to FactSet data.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit for more information on this news.

DoubleLine's Gundlach says he's 'pretty sure that this is a bear market' -- and it could last a long time

Monday December 17th, 2018 05:34:30 PM
DoubleLine Capital founder Jeff Gundlach on Monday said he believed that the current set up on Wall Street has all the hallmarks of a bear market. That is despite the fact that the widely accepted definition of a bear market, a drop of at least 20% from a recent peak, hasn't taken hold in the three main stock indexes: the S&P 500 index , the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Nasdaq Composite Index . All three of those equity benchmarks are in correction, defined as a drop from a recent peak of at least 10%. "I'm pretty sure that this is a bear market," Gundlach told Scott Wapner of CNBC's Halftime Report during a midday interview on Monday. The fixed-income guru said that he has been around for decades and that in this business "it's more about how you lead into it," he said of the current market dynamic that has led to a sharp selloff in stocks and bonds as the Federal Reserve is widely expected to raise interest rates a fourth time in 2018 when it concludes its two-day policy meeting on Wednesday. He said that the broad-market downturn could be a prolonged one. Gundlach is viewed as a market expert, whose predictions are closely followed on Wall Street. The so-called bond king also said the Fed, led by Chairman Jerome Powell, shouldn't raise rates in its final meeting of the year. "The economy is definitely slowing down," he said. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit for more information on this news.

Goldman, Morgan Stanley gain clout in Brazil as NY IPOs grow

Monday December 17th, 2018 05:11:32 PM
Goldman Sachs Group Inc , Morgan Stanley and Bank of America Merrill Lynch are regaining clout in Latin America's largest economy as Brazilian companies opt to list shares in New York instead of on...

Hedge fund moves at short end of U.S. curve show Fed cuts not too far away: McGeever

Monday December 17th, 2018 12:35:10 PM
The Federal Reserve will raise interest rates later this week and probably again early next year, but that will be the end of tightening cycle and it won't be long before rate cuts are on the table.

Goldman Sachs slants research to help Democrats, top White House adviser says

Tuesday October 2nd, 2018 04:35:08 PM
Kevin Hassett, President Donald Trump's top economic adviser, suggested Goldman Sachs may be slanting its economic research to help Democrats ahead of the midterm elections.

Goldman Sachs' new CEO has a lot of work to do

Monday October 1st, 2018 06:25:40 PM
David Solomon officially took the reins on Monday.

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