It’s been a heckuva Monday on Wall Street, particularly if you’re still holding an April contract for West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil.
We have only way to combat the coronavirus. However, shutting down America is not a months-long solutions. We have to get back to work before a recession.
A second US coronavirus case showed up in Chicago. Then a third, in… Oh, wait! That was only Connecticut’s Dick Blumenthal pitching fake coronavirus news.
Interest rates are falling and unemployment is at a historic low. Yet there's still no recession in sight. The Trump Economy is strong, for now
What recession? Stocks are up sharply Friday as US unemployment numbers for September actually plummeted to a 50-year low of 3.5 percent.
Discount brokerage house Charles Schwab Corp. announced it would eliminate most sales commissions for online stock trades on October 7. ISM Index drops.
Our yo-yo image reappears. Its return symbolizes the current crash and rally habits of August's majorly strung-out Mr Market.
After a long absence, the bond ghouls have arrived in force, unnerving Mr Market Wednesday morning after an initially promising trading start.
So does a nasty Fed led recession lurk just around the corner? If that's the case, how can we bulletproof our investment portfolios?
Having enjoyed an exhilarating rally Thursday, shocked Wall Street bulls ran into a Bloody Friday massacre of considerable force.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell awoke from his haze, halting 2018’s robo-rate hiking habit. At least for 2019. More or less. Score one for Trump vs Fed.
Today we take a look at the current state of a very indecisive Mr Market in Q1 2019. Right now, he's very confused - unusually treacherous for investors.
WASHINGTON: Many economists are forecasting that the US is close to entering a recession. The recession could come in 2020 but some argue it could start as early as next year. While there are a number of signs that point to that conclusion, a closer examination reveals that we are years away from a recession. ...
This coming hyperinflationary surge, so these fearmongers say, will immediately cause the American economy to tumble into a deep recession. No doubt, hyperinflation will arrive just in time to defeat the GOP in this fall’s Congressional elections.
"Happy Days are Here Again"? After the burst of a DOW rally, mainstream media puts "lipstick on the pig" and tries to spin yet another Obama adminstration fantast
Obamacare's employer mandate, economic slowdowns abroad, the gap since our last recession and Fed policy all point to a recession this year. But maybe not.
Monetary policy and President Obama’s fiscal policy over the last 8 years are turning a severe recession into a pro-longed slump that could be called “Obama’s depression.”
The economy would probably be in better shape had Obama done nothing. How do you grade a performance like that?
WASHINGTON, December 26, 2014 – The Russian economy, already in a slump, will enter a sharp recession next year, accompanied by double-digit inflation. This is according to Russian government ministers, who blame Western sanctions against Russia over the annexation of Crimea and the plummeting price of oil. The sanctions have blocked foreign investment in the ...
WASHINGTON, December 21, 2014 — For the fifth consecutive year, the U.S. GDP has been forecast to grow by more than 3 percent. And for the fifth consecutive year, it will grow by just over 2 percent. Economists could refer to this as a “growth recession” that should have ended years ago with a period of strong expansion, but ...