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Lauren Solberg

Lauren Solberg

 is a data journalist at Morningstar Inc.

Markets brief: US value stocks have suffered in 2023 but are showing signs of recovery
Markets
Markets brief: US value stocks have suffered in 2023 but are showing signs of recovery
These stocks have led the latest gains for the value side of the market.
Markets Brief: What’s wrong with US dividend stocks?
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Markets Brief: What’s wrong with US dividend stocks?
Income-focused strategies have missed out on the year’s rally, but US dividends still look promising.
Markets brief: How to know when we’re really in a new bull market
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Markets brief: How to know when we’re really in a new bull market
An overly concentrated market is a sign investors are uncertain about the economy.
Good news from the June US CPI report: inflation is truly declining
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Good news from the June US CPI report: inflation is truly declining
The market-friendly number is still above the Fed’s target, and a July interest-rate hike looks likely.
Why emerging markets could finally shine
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Why emerging markets could finally shine
Attractive valuations and China reopening could lead long-lagging emerging stocks to outperform.
US inflation pressures easing but still sticky
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US inflation pressures easing but still sticky
The latest US inflation report leaves Fed likely on track for a rate-hike pause.
US inflation still too hot for the Fed
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US inflation still too hot for the Fed
The US Federal Reserve is still likely to raise rates in May despite the lowest inflation reading in two years.
Strong US inflation means Fed path intact, despite banking woes
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Strong US inflation means Fed path intact, despite banking woes
Despite banking system worries, hot inflation means interest rates will head still higher.
These stocks are leading the growth rebound
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These stocks are leading the growth rebound
Tech stocks such as Apple, Nvidia, Block, and Lattice Semiconductor are fueling the growth stock rally in 2023.
January US CPI report shows sticky inflation is back
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January US CPI report shows sticky inflation is back
With new data showing inflation has been stronger than previously reported, the Fed is seen keeping rates higher, longer.
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