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After a nail-biting week with the Dow Jones Industrial Average sinking nearly 1,400 points over two sessions, the jury is still out on whether the selloff signals a fundamental shift in the stock market or a brief episodic correction. But one thing is certain, investors should brace for more d...
Another jobs report, another close look at wages. The upcoming report could show a meaningless bump in hourly wages due to the impact of Hurricane Florence.
The last jobs report was notable for what seemed to be evidence that, finally, America’s workers are seeing accelerating pay. Tha...
Who owns a record $21.21 trillion in U.S. national debt? Some 70% is owned by Americans in one form or another. Foreigners own the rest.
Some of the most popular bets in the U.S. stock market have gotten pummeled in recent days, leading one analyst on Wall Street to declare it one of the biggest rotations from growth to value stocks since the gyrations that occurred in the aftermath of the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers back in ...
The U.S. stock market has been partying all throughout July, and a hangover is coming, say analysts at Morgan Stanley.
If the market gains from April through July, stocks almost always finish out the year higher. It’s looking good for the S&P 500 so far.
The Dow may not manage to stretch its win streak to a sixth session, and then pundits can blame trade-war fears yet again. President Trump’s fight with China isn't going to stop any time soon, says our call of the day from Bespoke.
Core inflation rose to a 2% annual rate in May, the Fed’s long-run target, for the first time since April 2012, the government said Friday.
Paul Tudor Jones, a hedge-fund luminary, on Monday said the next economic downturn confronted by the U.S. could be an ugly one.
“The next recession is really frightening because we don’t have any stabilizers,” he said, speaking at an event sponsored by Goldman Sachs and hosted by its C...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average opened Tuesday’s session with a stinging retreat that Wall Street experts are pinning to the White House’s freshly announced trade tariffs. Billionaire investor Jim Mellon, chairman of asset management firm Burnbrae Group, says it’s more than that, and the pain...
Has a tit-for-tat tariff spat between China and the U.S. shifted from a skirmish to a full-blown trade-war?
The high-stakes case has been closely watched by the telecommunications, media, and tech industries for its potential effect on the future of other blockbuster deals.
The so-called gig economy is actually slightly smaller than it used to be, according to a new Labor Department report released Thursday that chronicles the jobs market in the age of Uber.