Municipal Bonds Are Down So Much That They’re Buys Again

Text size Al Drago / Bloomberg A funny thing happened in the past week, as news emerged of inflation hitting a four-decade high. A few strategists started looking a bit more positively on bonds, or at least somewhat less negatively. March consumer prices were 8.5% above their level a year earlier, while producer prices were … Read more

Stock Market Enters the Worst Part of the Year. What Happens Next.

Text size Texans headed to the polls on March 1 to vote in the state’s first primary of the 2022 midterm election season. Montinique Monroe / Getty Images The summer of the stock market’s discontent might have started early, with a negative first quarter that perhaps anticipated the May-to-November stretch that historically is the worst … Read more