Stocks Regain Footing After Brutal Week 

The S&P 500 ends a six-day streak of losses with a 0.9% gain as all 11 sectors rise. Earnings and economic data provide the next tests for the market.

Why you shouldn't be too quick to dump your stocks just yet 

Sectors that typically rally at the end of bull markets are lagging.

U.S. Takes Aim at Chinese Banks Aiding Russia War Effort 

Washington says Beijing's dual-use trade has helped Moscow rebuild its war machine.

China's Economy Is 'Failing,' U.S. Indo-Pacific Commander Says 

The U.S. military commander in the Indo-Pacific said he didn't believe the economic growth figures reported by China and described the country's economy as failing.

China Finance Ministry Voices Support for Central Bank Bond Trading 

China's finance ministry has said it is in favor of the central bank resuming trading Treasury bonds, a move that would see the monetary authority dust off a rarely used tool in its policy kit.

BOJ's Ueda Reiterates Possibility of Rate Hike if Inflation Rises as Expected 

Bank of Japan Gov. Kazuo Ueda reiterated Tuesday that the bank would raise interest rates further if inflation grows as the central bank expects.

Israel Moves Closer to Rafah Invasion as Iran Crisis Wanes 

Israeli leaders say they intend to go ahead with uprooting Hamas in its last stronghold, despite vocal opposition from the U.S.

Gold posts biggest one-day drop in over a year as geopolitical concerns ease 

Gold prices dropped by nearly 3% Monday, pressured as geopolitical pressures appeared to ease in the Middle East.

Technology stocks show signs of 'breaking down' ahead of Big Tech earnings 

Technology stocks are broadly showing signs of "breaking down," as the sector struggles in a slump this month that has deepened significantly, according to Bespoke Investment Group.

Analysis: Path for 10-Year U.S. Treasury Yield to 5% Is Possible but Tricky 

A recent jump in U.S. government-bond yields has left investors pondering whether the 10-year Treasury yield could reach 5% as expectations for interest-rate cuts continue to be scaled back.

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