The following is an excerpt from Sue Chang | May 14, 2016 | MarketWatch.com |
The U.S. stock market will have a lot to digest in the week ahead. As one of the most miserable corporate earnings seasons in recent memory winds down, there are still plenty of economic data points and the Federal Reserve guessing game to keep investors busy even as appetite for stocks remains depressed.
Investors dumped $44 billion worth of stocks in the last five weeks, the biggest reported drop since Aug. 11, according to analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. “The markets look better than they feel,” the analysts said.
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