The NYTimes seems to be suffering from a lack of honesty when writing about Donald Trump's economic history and President Trump's economic policy.
Clearly, the time has come to confront America's increasingly authoritarian social media companies. Yes, it's time to bring in the Federal trust busters.
Traders are convinced the Fed will cut interest rates. Friday morning, all three major averages are up sharply, as Thursday's Wall Street party resumes.
Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission) launched anti-trust investigations of tech Google, aka Alphabet Facebook and Amazon.
So do tariffs actually impact the consumer? Yes, and no. Or not very much. Tariffs are on the coast to produce, which is far less than retail.
WASHINGTON. US stock markets were, in my view, an unmitigated disaster in May. After a great start to the year, nearly all 11 of the business-industrial sectors in the S&P 500 collectively dropped like a stone. Exceptions were, to some extent at least, consumer durables, utilities and – late in the game – real estate. ...
President Trump declares tariff time once again, this time to fight limp-wristed and ineffective Mexican illegal immigrant policies.
China threatens to cut the US off from their monopolistic supply of rare earth minerals and metals. Meanwhile, the bond market is making recession signals.
No improvement in the China trade talks as big New York banks and investment houses trumpet recession fears. It's post-Memorial Day Blues time for stocks.
Change is external. Like starting a new job. Transition is an internal process. Understanding your purpose, values, and vision makes the process easier.
The Chi-coms are now thoroughly committed to a China-US Trade War. So Trade War fears have dominated market action in the not-so-Merry Month of May.
As Memorial Day is celebrated nationwide as a Federal holiday, banks close and trading action in US stocks and bonds takes a pre-summer holiday day off.
Alphabet (GOOGL) is cutting Huawei off from its Google Android OS tech. It's the only smartphone OS the Chinese company currently uses. Tech stocks plunge.
A China trade deal remains elusive. But confused investors still partied hearty on Thursday. And perhaps have more fun on Friday as well.
Even as the US / China trade war intensifies, investors are bullish as the Dow rallies. It's up 300 points as of 12:30 p.m. ET. We’re dazed and confused.
Wednesday, a Wall Street miracle occurred. The Trump administration essentially told traders to rally on, reversing a sickening 100+ point drop in the Dow.
CNBC's Jim Cramer doesn't like the current barrage of Trump tweets on the chaotic trade negotiations with China. I do. Kind of, sort of.
President Trump views tariffs, quotas and the concentration of production, particularly in China and India, as barriers to the global free market.
President Trump and his negotiators collided with the Great Trade Wall of China. The Chi-coms refused to budge. Mr. Market got whacked.
The US Department of Justice antitrust lawsuit against Ma Bell broke up a monopoly giving AT&T more than they gave up. Zuckerberg is playing the same game.