In an epic faceplant, Monday markets took a nosedive off their lofty cliff. But Tuesday, we're watching stocks soar again? WTF?
Wells Fargo announced this past Thursday that it's shutting down all of its existing personal lines of credit. Consumer credit ratings tank.
Wells nonsense vs its retail customer loans plus more terrorism via Covid variants clobbered stock Thursday. But Friday proved a new day.
Cloward and Piven seemed delighted that mass unrest in the US from 1964 -1969 led to a massive expansion of welfare rolls. Leading to Marxism.
Oil shares were immersed in chaos Wednesday. Worse, China’s punishment of new IPO DiDi Global shares has Chinese tech stocks in a tizzy.
Amazon shares (NASD:AMZN) have beaten retiring boss Jeff Bezos into earth orbit. Reasons why? DoD canceled the huge JEDI contract Amazon had lost to Microsoft.
Though techs continued to suffer throughout the week, Friday's stock market fireworks proved a welcome antidote overall this week.
The media's seemingly never-ending Covid-19 Delta panic porn continues polluting stock market patterns this pre-holiday trading week.
Since July 4 falls on a Sunday this year, banks, Wall Street's Independence Day Trading schedule designates July 5 as its day off.
Some pundits speculate that the much-ballyhooed Delta variant of the increasingly overhyped Covid-19 virus has investors scared stiff.
The American system is now pitting the largely successful Red State economies vs the badly crippling Blue State lockdown regimes.
When we think Harley-Davidson we thing big HOG bikes, Hells Angels and an outlaw culture. The truth is, there is a lot more to it than that.
Techs and retail got hit with news the UK was zeroing in on shares of Amazon and Google, attacking their anticompetitive practices.
Victoria's Secret new campaign includes plus-sized models and comfort-based styles. And of course lesbians like Megan Rapinoe
Friday’s quadruple witching action and bearish remarks by the Fed's James Bullard worsened this past week’s market face-plant Friday.
Wednesday’s FOMC report and the Fed economic outlook for the next few quarters didn't help the market, as stocks tanked across the board.
Cleveland-Cliffs (NYSE:CLF) is attempting to recover from Friday’s intense selling, while hapless Lordstown Motors (RIDE) caught a break.
The new Cleveland-Cliffs Direct Reduction plant producing hot briquetted iron for the steel industry had its Grand Opening in Toledo today.
US stocks remain indecisive Monday's. Unemployment numbers, fear of Fed "taper tantrum, and the Dr Fauci scandal don't help the situation.
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