The U.S. stock market has gained more than 3% this year, as investors have rallied from a recession and a global recession.
And the Dow Jones Industrial Average has climbed nearly 3,000 points in the past 12 months, its highest point in more than a decade.
The S&P 500 is up more than 4% this month, and the Nasdaq is up nearly 7% for the year.
But investors also have begun to see signs of a slowing economy.
And some have begun selling stocks, which could signal that the market is entering a period of consolidation.
Here are the five stocks that have gained the most in the last month, with their market caps: The Wall Street Journal: $7,300.
The largest U.K.-based stock-buying company has seen its shares fall in recent weeks.
Shares of EY are down about 5% this week.
The company, which was founded by former executives of the British banking giant Barclays, is now owned by a Chinese investor.
The shares of The Economist Group, which provides analysis of business, technology and financial markets, have also been hit.
Shares in the publisher of the Economist and the Economist Business Daily, a leading business magazine, are down more than 6% this quarter.
The Wall St. Journal reported Wednesday that EY is in talks to buy The Economist, according to people familiar with the matter.
EY has been trying to buy the company for more than three years and has offered about $6 billion.
The Economist is one of the biggest business and financial news organizations in the world.
The newspaper has more than 25 million print subscribers and has been under fire from Democrats, who say it promotes an authoritarian view of capitalism.
Shares at the Economist dropped 6.4% in London this week, after falling more than 5% last week.
Shares are down 10% so far this year.
Bloomberg: $1,829. The U