2016 stock outlook: Up but not up and away


Wall Street has laid out its base case for stocks in 2016? But what could wrong? Tobias Levkovich, chief U.S. equity strategist at Citigroup, asked himself that question, and came up with six things that could upend the expected outlook. "Considering

With central bank policies and energy weighing on traders' minds this year, the outlook for 2016 varies far and wide. While some strategists expect a solid, but unspectacular economy next year, others told CNBC not to expect "all wine and roses.".

Wall Street's bull market has been riding on the back of just a few stocks, and the question is what will power the bull market for a seventh year. History is not on the side of a second year of big gains for individual high-flying stocks, so analysts

The resilience of the bond market continues to confound many bond bears, offering a cautionary tale for investors and traders betting on lower bond prices in 2016. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note settled at 2.273% at the last trading

With central bank policies and energy weighing on traders' minds this year, the outlook for 2016 varies far and wide. While some strategists expect a solid, but unspectacular economy next year, others told CNBC not to expect "all wine and roses.".