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Joining us on the show is David Dietze, President & Chief Investment Strategist at Point View Wealth Management, who gives us his analysis on what investors should be on the lookout for during this Q3 earnings season.
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders introduced a plan on Monday that would reverse President Donald Trump’s tax cuts for businesses and return the corporate tax rate to 35% from its current 21%.
Bob Pisani is at the New York Stock Exchange for us and gives us a recap on how stocks rallied on Friday.
On Thursday, Wall Street was keeping a close eye on the trade talks in Washington. Bob Pisani has more for us at the New York Stock Exchange.
Talks between the U.S. and China resume on Thursday with the stakes are high and the relationship complicated. Kayla Tausche has more for us from Washington.
On Sept. 27, Google turned 21. The tech giant has a lot to celebrate after more than two decades in business: It’s one of the world’s most visited websites and its name is so popular it’s been deemed a verb in the English dictionary (No, seriously — Google it!).
Joining on the show is Jeff Saut, a Market Strategist at Capital Wealth Planning, who believes that despite all of the market challenges we are seeing he believes it’s still a bullish market out there.
On Tuesday, optimism faded around the U.S. and China trade talks just days before high level negotiations are set to begin. Bob Pisani reports on how stocks reacted.
Duke University professor Campbell Harvey says the bond yield curve is “flashing code red” for a recession.
More now to give us his analysis on the upcoming China trade talks and how it may impact the markets is David Lebovitz, a Global Market Strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
As trade talks are looming with China, investors are not sure what to expect just days before higher tariffs go into effect. Kayla Tausche reports from Washington.
The unemployment rate hits a 50-year low and stocks ended the volatile week on a high note. Steve Liesman has more for us.
On Thursday, stocks fall sharply then rebound leaving investors scratching their heads as they try to navigate this market. Mike Santoli has more for us at the New York Stock Exchange.
Joining us on the show are two money managers: Nancy Tengler, who’s a Chief Investment Strategist at Tengler Wealth Management and John Petrides, a Portfolio Manager at Tocqueville Asset Management, who give us their pointers of what they’re watching on Wall Street with all of this market volatility.
Fall homebuyers are getting a bonus. The sell-off in the stock market is causing an unexpected turnaround in mortgage rates.