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Investors again rushed for the safety of government bonds and dumped stocks on Wednesday, exacerbating the August exodus away from risk assets as traders around the world settled in for a U.S.-China trade war without an end in sight.
After a wild week in the stock market, what are retail investors doing with their money? We speak with J.J. Kinahan, who’s a Chief Market Strategist at TD Ameritrade, with his analysis.
From earnings to the Fed to trade and jobs, why the next few days could redefine the market as investors know it. Bob Pisani is at the New York Stock Exchange and gives us a preview of the busy week ahead for Wall Street.
Consumer spending is lifting the economy which grew at a slightly faster pace than expected in the 2nd quarter. Steve Liesman explains.
We’re looking at a dual economy today where consumer spending is growing but on the other side some companies who have been affected by the trade war with China have not performed well. More to discuss this is Liz Ann Sonders, who’s a Chief Investment Strategist at Charles Schwab.
Growth decelerated in the second quarter, but not by as much as Wall Street thought, as tariffs and a global slowdown weighed on the U.S. economy, the Commerce Department reported Friday.
U.S. consumer spending, the biggest part of the economy, saved the day for the record-long expansion, but a big decline in business investments raised concerns about how much longer it can last.
Should investors be aggressive or patient with the stock market in today’s economy? We debate this topic with Ken Kamen, President at Mercadien Asset Management and Phil Blancato, CEO at Ladenburg Thalmann Asset Management.
Auto maker Renault and the Jiangling Motors Corporation Group (JMCG) have officially set up a joint venture for electric vehicles in China.
J.P. Morgan raised its 12-month S&P 500 forecast on Monday, telling clients the market is set for even more gains in the second half of the year as the Federal Reserve pivots toward easier monetary policy and the Trump administration looks to end its entrenched trade war with China.
With earnings season kicking off, we speak with Chris Cordaro, who’s a Chief Investment Officer at Regent Atlantic, with his expectations for the 2nd quarter earnings reports.
Earnings season is just underway and our Bob Pisani is at the New York Stock Exchange with a quick preview and what investors are closely looking at.
Now as the market is hitting new highs, how should you handle your investments and stock options? We speak with Patrick Chovanec, a Chief Strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management, with his pointers.
Richard Branson wants to take tourists into space on his Virgin Galactic and he’s making it possible for investors to be part of this journey. Morgan Brennan has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.
How will markets react with the rising geopolitical tensions with Iran? We speak with Katie Bays, who’s the co-founder at Sandhill Strategies, and get her analysis.