Stock Buybacks Drop May Mean More Market Volatility

Companies aren’t opening their wallets as wide as they used to for stock buybacks. They reined in buybacks in the first quarter of 2019, according to a Fortune analysis of data from the S&P Dow Jones Indices. The amount put into repurchasing shares was $205.8 billion, a 7.7% drop from the $223.0 billion spent in […]

S&P Global CEO: “I Think The Correction Is Over”

It’s been a dizzying rollercoaster ride for investors so far this year. But Doug Peterson, the CEO of S&P Global, has reassuring words for investors. “I think the correction is over” he says. He is in a position to make those kind of bold predictions. S&P Global is in the business of collecting data–especially market […]