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|The Fed has spoken and Wall Street didn't like what it heard and saw (in the dot plots). US equities painted the board red, with all benchmark indices closing on the down low, while yields on 10-year US Treasuries went on the up and up. This is ...|
|... 2.7%; and the Russell 2000 by 3.3%. The yield on 10-year US bonds increased to 1.70% from 1.62% the day before. The VIX index - the fear gauge - soared by 26.3% to a reading of 27.59 (the highest since March this year) and the US dollar index rose by ...|
|... led by the jump in the S&P 500 index to an all-time peak of 4,129.5 points. What's more telling is that the CBOE VIX index - the fear gauge - has fallen to a reading of 16.69 points - the lowest since February 2020 before China's coronavirus ...|
|Wall Street's down. Repeat, Wall Street's down! The CBOE VIX index - the fear gauge - jumped by 9.5% in the last trading day of the first month of 2021 to 33.09 points, marking the highest since the renewed COVID-19 outbreak in Europe that subsequently ...|
|... rise in US equities, with all benchmark indices rallying to record highs, 10-year US bond yields slipping, and, the VIX index - the fear gauge - dropping by 7.1% to 21.58 points. More so this time that the US executive, monetary and fiscal branches of ...|
|... the Nasdaq down by 25.6%; the Russell 2000, down by 39.2%. The "winter of despair" was captured by the spike in the VIX index to a reading of 82.69 - its highest level of Factset's (1990), surpassing the 80.86 registered during the Great Recession ...|
|... far the steepest drop from an all-time high in the history of the US stock market," it said in a March update. "The VIX index spiked over 80, matching levels during the GFC. This was a black swan event that our proprietary model did not forecast. "The ...|
|... this is just the normal (well, abnormal given current coronavirus conditions) day-to-day volatility on Wall Street. The VIX index - the fear gauge - may have risen by 6.8% overnight, but at a reading of 35.28, it's waaay down from the record high ...|
|... were even more workers out of work that month - 870K versus the initial estimate of 701K. To top these all, the CBOE VIX index - the fear gauge - has fallen to a reading of 27.98 on the day which is the lowest reading since 26 February this year (two ...|
|... in the month of March - the steepest monthly decline since January 1946. Still, there's reason for optimism. The VIX index - the fear gauge - has come down from a record high of 82.69 in March (higher than its GFC peak) to around 45.41 (lower than ...|
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Franklin Templeton Investments is winding up its retail Australian Equity Fund, as asset growth lags.
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Financial advisers' appetite for exchange-traded funds has more than doubled since the global pandemic hit as new trading data shows that index funds are providing better means of diversification.
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The Association of Financial Advisers has slammed the Labor Party's attack on financial advisers, which paints the profession as dodgy and continues to rip-off consumers.
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The industry superannuation fund has hired from Australian Catholic Superannuation and Retirement Fund as it continues its hiring spree for the internal investment team.
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