Markets

We discuss how some stocks that soar in a short period of time may look like something you want to own but should you? David Sowerby, a portfolio manager at Ancora, joins us with this analysis.

Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council, said Tuesday that the U.S. economy will continue to grow at a strong pace through the rest of 2019 even if the U.S. and China don’t reach a trade deal.

Wall Street continued its winning streak on Monday as the Dow reclaimed to the 26,000 plateau. What caused these lifts on the stock market? Bob Pisani has more for us at the New York Stock Exchange.

President Donald Trump said Tuesday the U.S. dollar is at a disadvantage compared to other major currencies like the euro as other central banks keep interest rates low while the Federal Reserve’s rates are higher by comparison.

Stocks finished last week as their best week of the year. But, the jobs report was much weaker than expected as only 75,000 jobs were created in May. Will the Federal Reserve cut interest rates now? Steve Liesman breaks it all down for us.

On Wednesday, the rally was extended has stocks climbed for a 2nd straight day even as questions about the economic expansion remain. We also delve into economy’s pickup activity of the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book. Ylan Mui has more for us on this.

Wall Street rebounded on Tuesday with their second best day of the year after the Fed chair says it’s ready to act to keep the economy growing. Bob Pisani reports from the New York Stock Exchange.

China’s threat to stop exporting rare earth minerals to the United States may not give Beijing much leverage in the ongoing trade war between the world’s two biggest economies.

Stocks fell on Monday, the first trading day of the month, as investors fretted over the possibility of tech giants like Alphabet and Facebook facing tighter regulations.

After a rocky month of May and the ongoing trade tariffs the U.S. imposed on both China and Mexico, should investors be interested in investing in defensive sectors? Dominic Chu reports.

May was a rough month for Wall Street as it capped the first decline in 2019. Mike Santoli joins us from the New York Stock Exchange on the “May Malaise”.

On Thursday, stocks snapped a recent losing streak after a few volatile sessions. Are investors hoping this will be a market bounce back?

Chinese buyers of U.S. state grain have stopped ordering and don’t expect to resume the purchases due to the disagreement over trade between the world’s two largest economies, a Bloomberg News report said, citing people familiar with the matter.

What are investors and strategists saying about the economy today? Will there be an upcoming recession or not? What’s the data saying? Steve Liesman reports.

With the recent trade tensions with China, should you be concern with your portfolio and how you manage it now? We speak with Jimmy Lee, the CEO of the Wealth Consulting Group, with his expertise on the topic.