U.S. stocks gained for a second day, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index returning to a five-year high, and commodities advanced following faster-than-forecast growth in Chinese exports. The euro and Spanish bonds rallied.
PKG Nuveen Advisor Bob Doll for Dec 06
Equities markets that have jumped 12.7 percent in 2012 are poised to gain at least another 10 percent before year’s end as the global financial crisis subsides, according to BlackRock Inc.’s Bob Doll.
U.S. stocks will return at least 10 percent in 2012, beating foreign markets for a third year, while Treasury yields climb, according to BlackRock Inc.’s Bob Doll.
U.S. companies are the most profitable in more than 40 years, and some of the best-known stock pickers are divided over how long that will last.
BlackRock Inc., the world’s biggest asset manager, says the Federal Reserve will refrain from conducting a third round of debt purchases as the economy grows.
Blackrock senior adviser Bob Doll says there's an absence of confidence in the markets
The U.S. economy is beginning 2012 on a brighter note in a sign investors may be too pessimistic.
Deja vu it ain’t.
The U.S. is starting the year on a positive note, a sign that investors may be too gloomy.
"The combination of decent valuations, easy monetary policy, low inflation and still-positive economic growth suggests stocks will continue to outperform bonds over the next 12 months."
- Bob Doll on Nov 19, 2012
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