Myles Udland, Yahoo Finance

Myles Udland

Yahoo Finance

New York, NY, United States

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  • Yahoo
  • AOL.com
  • Business Insider AUS
  • Business Insider
  • Inc.com

Recent articles by Myles:

Negative rates in the US is 'no longer absurd to think,' PIMCO says

Negative interest rates have been a feature of the global investing landscape for years now, and PIMCO thinks these could soon be coming to America. → Read More

Two key reports tell the whole US economic story in one word

The US economy continues to show signs of relative health, "but" business leaders are increasingly quick to point challenges. → Read More

The Fed just got the green light to cut rates

The June jobs report topped Wall Street expectations, but signs of labor market slack still give the Federal Reserve plenty of reasons to cut interest rates in July. → Read More

Why Amazon's HQ2 contest was 'one of its greatest failures': Analyst

For one analyst, Amazon's HQ2 failure in New York could signal a change in the way the company is viewed by all politicians. → Read More

The clearest sign the market sell-off is all about trade

Stocks have dropped about 4% in May, and fears over the U.S.-China trade are seeing stocks with more international exposure being punished by investors. → Read More

The plant-based meat craze is consumers 'catching up to the future': Impossible Foods CFO

Impossible Foods CFO David Lee tells Yahoo Finance that the boom in plant-based meats is consumers catching up to the future in a trend that is not going back. → Read More

Uber delivers on the promise every tech company has ever made

The original promise of the internet age was the promise of time. Time returned to you, the consumer, from the analog age that bogs us down in phone calls, snail mail, and paperwork. → Read More

Mario Gabelli explains why 'most analysts don't understand taxes'

Legendary investor Mario Gabelli says the tax law changes help U.S. companies in more ways than just cutting the headline rate. → Read More

IMF's Lagarde: This is a 'delicate' moment for the global economy

IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde delivered some sobering words on the global economy in Washington, DC, hinting that further cuts to the IMF's outlook are coming soon. → Read More

Warren Buffett touts the 'American tailwind' and trashes gold-touting preachers of doom

Warren Buffett's latest letter to shareholders has a warning for those worried about the national debt — don't be. → Read More

FOMC Preview: A new era for the Fed begins today

The Federal Reserve's first policy announcement of 2019 comes amid a stock market rally and uncertainty about the economy following the government shutdown. → Read More

Corporate America's view on 2019 stinks

After record earnings growth in 2018, corporate executives continue to temper their views on the economy for the year ahead, keeping investors on edge amid a market rebound to start 2019. → Read More

The market is about to get bad news from corporate America

With companies about to release earnings for the fourth quarter, early indications are that commentary about the global economy will be very discouraging. → Read More

The single biggest drag on stock prices in 2018, according to Bank of America

“Trade protectionism has been the most important headwind to US equities since the start of last year, taking 4.4% off the S&P 500," Bank of America analysts said. "In fact, our analysis suggests the index would not have finished last year in the red had it not been for fears of a trade war → Read More

Small businesses are starting to lose faith in Trump's America

Since Trump's election win, few economic indicators have been more positive than the NFIB's reading on small business optimism. In December, the cracks in this data started to show, adding to the theme of a more downbeat outlook as we enter the new year. → Read More

The stock market is not the economy. The labor market is.

The December jobs report was a stellar reading on the U.S. labor market, a sign that the stock market's fears about a recession appear, for now, to be clearly overdone. → Read More

Apple just confirmed the stock market's biggest fear

Apple gave investors bad news about the global economy in a shocking announcement on Wednesday. It will do little to calm fears about where the global economy stands and how big of a negative impact trade is having. → Read More

The scariest phrase for investors right now: 'Since 2016'

The latest round of economic data wrapping up 2018 is telling investors that the Trump Bump enjoyed by investors appears to to be coming to an end. → Read More

The U.S. economy ends 2018 with a thud

Economic data released in December is sending investors into the new year with a downbeat view of the economy while financial markets finish off their worst year since the crisis. → Read More

The sexiest investment for 2019: Cash

Higher interest rates are making cash a more attractive investment as stocks continued to drop with investors worried about everything under the sun. → Read More