Karen Langley Reporter
  • New York
  • The Wall Street Journal

Karen Langley is a reporter for The Wall Street Journal in New York, where she primarily covers the U.S. stock market.

Focus Areas

  • U.S. Stock Market

101 Articles
8 days ago
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Stocks Waver, but Still on Track for Monthly Advance

Stocks and bond prices were poised for monthly gains as investors awaited comments by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome...

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18 days ago
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Housing Industry Braces for a Downturn, but Investors Are Piling In

Investors are seizing on any sign inflation has peaked as a reason to snap up beaten-down shares. Just look at housin...

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22 days ago
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Stocks Jump as Producer Prices Rise Less Than Expected

Stock indexes rose after producer prices increased by less than anticipated in October, offering investors another si...

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24 days ago
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The Classic 60-40 Investment Strategy Falls Apart. ‘There’s No Place to Hide.’

The standard advice to keep retirement savings in a mix of stocks and bonds has helped offset big losses in previous ...

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about 1 month ago
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Hedging Against Currency Swings Separates Winners From Losers This Year

Investors can try to sidestep foreign-exchange moves by choosing stock funds that hedge currency exposure.

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about 2 months ago
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Whiplash in Stock Market Shows Investors Are Still on Edge

Some investors say the market’s recent roller-coaster ride seems like a classic bear-market rally: beaten-down stocks...

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about 2 months ago
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Stocks Open Lower on Inflation Data

U.S. stocks dropped after inflation data came in above what economists expected, a sign that the Federal Reserve will...

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about 2 months ago
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A Jittery Stock Market Heads Into Earnings Season

JPMorgan, PepsiCo and others are set to report results, giving investors a look at how business is holding amid Fed r...

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2 months ago
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Stocks Fall After Spending, Inflation Data

U.S. stocks edged lower as investors considered consumer-spending figures and the Federal Reserve’s preferred inflati...

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2 months ago
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Wild Moves Send Stocks and Bonds Lower in Third Quarter

Intensifying declines alarm investors who entered the quarter enjoying a summer rally.

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3 months ago
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Rising Interest Rates Squeeze Stocks on Both Sides, Constraining Earnings, Multiples

Hurdles could make it harder for major stock indexes to climb out of the gully in which they have found themselves ne...

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3 months ago
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Almost Half of Stock Pickers Beat the Market in Early 2022 Selloff

Actively managed large-cap funds are on track to log their best performance in 13 years amid high inflation and rapid...

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