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Fewer companies, higher valuations

There were 4,331 U.S. public companies as of the end of 2016. The number was relatively unchanged from the end of 2015, up 50 companies.

Markets extend defensive stance

Investors took a more cautious view of the markets beginning in late April as seen by net futures positions in the S&P 500 and 10-year U.S. Treasuries.

Alexa, order coconut water and kale

Shares of U.S. grocery chains spoiled on the shelf Thursday and into Friday’s open after Kroger announced that it was raising wages and cutting prices.

S&P may be getting some meat on those bones

As the S&P 500 index hit yet another high at the end of Tuesday's trading, investor concerns arose over the sustainability of this expansion and whether the growth is fundamentally sound.

Tech sell-off hits pension funds

Friday's technology stock sell-off, sparked by analyst notes that several of the top technology companies might be overvalued by the market, cost U.S. pension funds $4.7 billion.

Munis pull back on refinancing

Municipal bonds issued for refinancing purposes declined as a percentage of total issues through the end of May.

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Fewer companies, higher valuations

There were 4,331 U.S. public companies as of the end of 2016. The number was relatively unchanged from the end of 2015, up 50 companies.

Charts

Markets extend defensive stance

Investors took a more cautious view of the markets beginning in late April as seen by net futures positions in the S&P 500 and 10-year U.S. Treasuries.

Charts

Alexa, order coconut water and kale

Shares of U.S. grocery chains spoiled on the shelf Thursday and into Friday’s open after Kroger announced that it was raising wages and cutting prices.

Charts

S&P may be getting some meat on those bones

As the S&P 500 index hit yet another high at the end of Tuesday's trading, investor concerns arose over the sustainability of this expansion and whether the growth is fundamentally sound.

Charts

Tech sell-off hits pension funds

Friday's technology stock sell-off, sparked by analyst notes that several of the top technology companies might be overvalued by the market, cost U.S. pension funds $4.7 billion.

Charts

Munis pull back on refinancing

Municipal bonds issued for refinancing purposes declined as a percentage of total issues through the end of May.