US Economy

Sen. Bernie Sanders announced a plan on Monday to erase the country’s $1.6 trillion outstanding student loan tab, intensifying the higher education policy debate in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary.

Some of America’s billionaires have a message for the next President of the United States: tax us.

The S&P closes at a level never seen before as bond yield fall below a key level, investors wonder what’s next for the markets? Bob Pisani has more for us at the New York Stock Exchange.

For consumers, the so-called Powell Pivot may mean a reprieve in escalating borrowing costs. At the same time, stashing cash in a savings account is reaping a better return than it has in years.

With four stocks dominating the market gains so far this year, are there any risks and should there be any concern for investors? We speak with Erin Gibbs for her assessment. She’s a portfolio manager at S&P Global Market Intelligence.

White House officials were back in Capitol Hill discussing about the debt ceiling. Will there be an increase? Ylan Mui joins us from Washington with more.

Major Wall Street economists believe the Federal Reserve will not cut rates on Wednesday, but will signal a “readiness” to act in the future.

Facebook announces its own digital currency making a big push for it to go mainstream but how does exactly Libra work? We speak with CNET Senior Reporter, Ben Fox Rubin, who gives us a quick tutorial.

The biggest issues facing the market right now are trade talks and the upcoming Federal Reserve decision. We speak with Art Hogan, chief market strategist at National Securities, about his analysis on what might happen.

Wall Street analysts reacted with great fanfare after Facebook finally revealed the details of its long awaited cryptocurrency, Project Libra, on Tuesday. Most analysts believe the crypto project will give the company a major boost and continue pushing Facebook to further greatness.

CEOs are feeling less optimistic about the economy due to the tariff war with China. Our Dominic Chu breaks down the recent survey that measure CEOs moods.

Goldman Sachs is raising questions about the tech industry saying the valuation of growth stocks is high and if so how would that affect Wall Street? We speak with Paul Meeks, a Portfolio Manager at The Wireless Fund Lead, about this.

A closely followed gauge of manufacturing in the New York area fell this month to its lowest level in nearly three years.

On Friday, investors were eager to sell semiconductors shares and it seems the markets have been see-sawing in recent days. Mike Santoli has more for us at the New York Stock Exchange.

Americans opened up their wallets in the month of May which is complicating policy decisions for the Federal Reserve. Steve Liesman reports.