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Past articles by Denitsa:

Maverick Wall Street optimists forecast soft landing

As January trading increases, a small cadre is breaking away from consensus and betting evading a recession can deliver market gains → Read More

JPMorgan Model Says Stocks in Free Fall Mean Recession Is a Lock

The stock market's recent rout implies a 92% probability of US recession, up from 51% in August. → Read More

Black Swan Hedge Funds Are Booming in Scary Times

Money managers are selling insurance against sudden market drops, but the strategy is expensive and doesn’t always pay off when the market falls. → Read More

Stocks Climb With Futures on Receding Rate Bets: Markets Wrap

(Bloomberg) -- European stocks and US equity futures rose, while the dollar weakened as investors scaled back bets on how aggressively the Federal Reserve... → Read More

A Key ETF Metric on Wall Street Suggests Fresh Bond-Market Pain

Equities have recently outperformed long-duration debt by the fastest rate since the 2020 pandemic rebound. → Read More

Wall Street Fund Giants Face Headache as Indexes Dump Russia

More asset managers are removing Russian equities from their widely tracked indexes, complicating outlooks for ETFs. → Read More

Wall Street’s Risky ‘Razor Blade’ Trade Is Making a Comeback

Everyday investors are piling into ETFs that make it easy to use leverage or short the market. → Read More

Wall Street’s Risky ‘Razor Blade’ Trade Is Making a Comeback

Everyday investors are piling into ETFs that make it easy to use leverage or short the market. → Read More

Decade-Defying Stock Move Gives Active Managers a Fighting Chance

Investors bought shares of individual stocks in recent weeks as inflows to ETFs slowed. → Read More

Low-wage workers see ‘huge reversal in power’ when it comes to wages

Hit hardest by the pandemic in the beginning, low-wage workers are now reaping the biggest gains in their paychecks. → Read More

Older workers are 'unretiring' after leaving the workforce during the pandemic

More than 2.6% of retired workers returned to work in October, the highest since April 2020, according to an analysis by Indeed. → Read More

Tax brackets and standard deduction to increase for 2022 tax year due to higher inflation

The IRS announced annual inflation adjustments for the 2022 tax year, including the standard deduction and tax brackets. → Read More

Americans are feeling lousy about their finances even though they're doing fine

While several indicators show that Americans’ finances remain in good shape nearly two years into the pandemic, many folks aren’t feeling secure. → Read More

Here's why some unemployed workers aren't looking for a new job

The biggest factor keeping workers from getting jobs remains the pandemic itself. But rising wages could be what ultimately brings them back. → Read More

IRS sends 430,000 additional tax refunds over unemployment benefits

The IRS this week sent 430,000 tax refunds — averaging about $1,189 — to filers who paid too much in taxes for their 2020 unemployment benefits. → Read More

The Great Blue-Collar Resignation: Low-wage workers lead labor turmoil

Blue-collar workers are leading the Great Resignation and are the ones refusing to go back to work. → Read More

Democrats unveil billionaire’s tax on unrealized capital gains

Taxpayers with more than $1 billion in assets or more than $100 million in annual income for three straight years would pay taxes on unrealized capital gains. → Read More

The Child Tax Credit payments are missing some of the most vulnerable families

More than 3 in 10 eligible low-income families haven’t received their August payment a month after they were supposed to. → Read More

IRS sends $15 billion in fourth round of Child Tax Credit payments

The Internal Revenue Service sent the fourth set of monthly Child Tax Credit payments worth $15 billion to 36 million families. → Read More

More Americans are single and faring worse financially than those with partners

Not only has the number of single adults in the U.S. ballooned since 1990, so has the gulf in economic fortunes between individuals who live with a spouse or partner and those living alone. → Read More