Columbus Day stock action started out strong Monday, then faded into red ink territory at the close. Tuesday looks like "Rinse, repeat."
US stocks took off like a rocket post-Memorial Day as America's now discernable Grand Reopening now begins to unfold. The recovery appears to be underway.
What is bad for her enemies is good for America. Oil is a zero-sum game. Bankrupting Saudi Arabia, Russia, and Iran is worth some short-term American pain.
Stocks rallied hard once again Thursday. But oil price uncertainties began to reverse Wall Street's seemingly irrational exuberance late in the day.
From the wildly gyrating price of oil to China trade and the upcoming Wednesday Fed watch, Mr Market is confused about it all as headline risk abounds.
It's another “Waiting for Godot” Wednesday as we and Mr. Market await the latest precious Fed minutes. Will they cut interest rates? Who knows?
You will be a pessimist if you look too closely at plummeting oil prices, and / or efforts by America's Corruptocrats to nullify key Republican gains by “finding” heretofore hidden crates of tombstone voters and votes.
Thursday’s announcement declaring new US tariffs, coupled with renewed fears of an Italexit – Italy’s version of the Brexit – is hammering the averages again today.
Lower oil prices and Italy's populist shift - the Italian contagion - combined to shaft Tuesday's trading action. Big time.
Almost immediately after Friday's opening bell,, the bellwether Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) hit a huge air pocket, dropping over 300 points in a matter of minutes.
After a brief pause in the stock market’s oversold condition, shares are sinking Tuesday across the board, as Fed’s gloom and doom announcement looms Wednesday.
Pre-Christmas trading could be consigning Trump-Santa Claus Rally to temporary dormancy, as retail shopping replaces stock picking this week.
UK court complicates government’s Brexit path, oil attempts to stabilize, but markets still weak after Wednesday’s relentless, heavy selling. Election 2016 fears largely to blame.
Odds sink that the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates next week, as pro-Democrat politics really do come into play. Did The Donald juice today's stock market action?
Russia-Saudi oil deal termed non-event. Pundits badmouth Apple in advance of product announcements. Metals catch a bit. Stocks, bonds remain confused.
Oil takes a tumble after last week’s big run-up, while Russian tanks rumble and a nervous German government tells citizens to stock up on food, water. Pfizer news prompts selling.
Saudis to “discuss” current oil situation in OPEC meeting. Statement gooses sagging crude prices as well as stock market averages. But when have these rumors ever been true?
Stock market takes a break. Millennials should spend everything but save for retirement. Elsewhere, NBC, affiliates soil their journalistic nests with 24/7 anti-Trump as Fed Fiddles, oil rises.
Hillary "Get Out of Jail Free" card, oil, Brexit, international chaos also thwart bulls’ attempts to push stock market higher. Individual investing is getting more hazardous by the day.
WASHINGTON, May 25, 2016 – Just when things looked darkest on Wall Street, beleaguered bulls decided Tuesday that it was party time. Up went the averages, and impressively, too; and the rally continues Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrials up a nifty 140 points, give or take as of the noon hour. The broader based ...