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Wouldn’t lower mortgage rates would drive newly built homes up? But, as Diana Olick tells us the housing industry is seeing sales slipping for a second straight month.
With stocks nearing an all-time high and dollar looking stronger, gold is still performing very well and hitting a six year high. Scott Nations, who’s the President and CIO at Nationsshares, joins us in discussing how gold is still hitting its stride in the markets today.
FedEx posted better than expected results but fears sales may be hit in the near future with the trade war with China. Frank Holland has more for us.
Micron Technology posted better than expected earnings and revenue. Josh Lipton joins us to break down the earnings report.
Will the second half of the calendar year be a healthy one for health care stocks? Bertha Coombs reports.
Is an interest rate cut in July a done deal? Wall Street is looking for it but Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is still “grappling” over that decision. Dominic Chu has reports.
The transportation industry sector has recently not performing well in the markets. Why is that? Bob Pisani has more for us at the New York Stock Exchange.
Abbvie offers to buy Allergan for $63 billion dollars as big drug makers look for new ways to grow. Meg Tirrell reports.
Multinationals are considering whether to shift production out of China as tensions with the U.S. remain heightened. Carl Quintanilla reports for us from Vietnam.
The Dow inches a new high and heads towards its best June in decades but a critical meeting between the U.S. and China still looms at the G-20 Summit in Japan. Mike Santoli has more for us at the New York Stock Exchange.
What can we expect from Wall Street and their reaction with the upcoming U.S. trade talks with China at the G-20 Summit? We speak with David Lebovitz, who’s at JP Morgan Asset Management, with his analysis.
What’s your personal information worth to big tech companies like Facebook, Amazon and Google? Washington is looking to put out a new bill to help your privacy. Ylan Mui has more for us.
The Trump Administration wants to make hospital and doctor fees public as part of its push to drive drive down costs. Bertha Coombs reports.
Over the weekend, the fire at the Philadelphia oil refinery was extinguished. Now, questions remain on the cause of the explosion and how much will it cost to get the oldest refinery in American back and running again. Brian Sullivan reports.
What is the aerospace industry and Europe have to do with tariffs on specialty foods? Rahel Solomon explains to us at a specialty foods convention in New York.