Our Presidents Day holiday gives Wall Street’s battered bulls to fortify themselves against another selling tsunami next week.
Bulls or bears? Who won on Wall Street Thursday? Pre-holiday market action didn't provide many clues for Friday's festivities.
If Mnuchin and the GOP don't give Nancy 99% of what she demands, no agreements will happen prior to November 4. That defines a Pelosi deal.
US markets have been taking an extended swan dive this month. And stocks remain indecisive in Friday action as we approach the noon hour.
Stocks are tanking again Thursday, proving the Bad News Bears have returned to Wall Street. So we remain in a tight trading pattern.
There was some, but not much, excitement among investors Tuesday, as Apple prepared to announce its new products, like a new Apple Watch.
"Better than expected,” our latest unemployment rate announced by the Feds earlier this morning “unexpectedly” tumbled to 8.4%.
The NASDAQ and tech stocks are tanking big time Thursday. The Nazz is currently off a whopping 584 points for a sickening 4% loss.
Investors enjoyed a mostly robust August. But Monday's rejuggled Dow Jones Industrial average is confusing some investors.
Thursday's headlines trumpeted President Trump’s umpteenth claim that a China deal was nearly in the bag. Mr Market promptly jumped for joy.
Today's Fools on the Hill in Washington include Comrade Schiff’s House Kangaroo Court and Deep State Fed Chair Jerome Powell.
Headline: "JPMorgan Launches ‘Volfefe Index’ To Track Impact Of Trump's Tweets On Market Volatility.” Shades of the old "covfefe" wars!
The reported Iran oil tanker attack goosed the per barrel price of crude oil Thursday and Friday. Meanwhile, Broadcom shares entered smackdown territory.
Wednesday, a Wall Street miracle occurred. The Trump administration essentially told traders to rally on, reversing a sickening 100+ point drop in the Dow.
Lacking meaningful concessions from Kim Jong-un this go-around, Trump did a Reagan, cutting the Hanoi Summit short and walking away without a deal.
Lightheizer comments, Powell, Cohen testimony, Trump-Kim summit in Vietnam jolt Wednesday markets with headline risk overload.
Coincidentally or not, the recent hot and juicy Jeff Bezos vs National Enquirer sex scandal story is hammering the shares of Amazon Friday.
Battered stocks, preferred stocks, bonds and commodities are trying yet again to recover from the latest Monday horror show on Wall Street.
The return of the Festival of Investor Pain is always just around the corner in this persistently bi-polar stock market. Like Yogi says, "It ain't over 'til it's over."
Yes, sports fans. Wall Street is rejoicing Wednesday, likely because divided government will return to The Swamp in January 2019.