US Economy

A new report shows older Americans owe a lot more money now than just a decade ago. Could that make retirement a predicament? Joining us to discuss this topic is Joe Brusuelas, Chief Economist at RSM US.

Stocks rallied on Tuesday after President Trump eases his stance on a new round of duties sending the Dow back above 26,000. Kayla Tausche has more for us.

Homebuilders and buyers alike are pulling back, even as mortgage rates fall to multiyear lows. The housing market is simply too pricey, and consumers are starting to worry about the economy and their personal finances.

Consumer prices rose more quickly than expected in July as gasoline reversed a two-month decline and the cost for rent continued to climb.

Stocks plunge on Monday after a wave of selling hits Wall Street as investors grow concern that trade troubles will slow the global economy. Bob Pisani reports from the New York Stock Exchange.

The banking sector is retreating as yields fall which could cut in the profits of an industry that is considered an engine of the economy. More to talk about this topic is Eric Compton, an Equity Analyst at Morningstar.

Joining us is Christopher Smart, who’s a Chief Global Strategist at the Barings Investment Institute, to discuss about the possibility of a recession hitting the economy with the dichotomy between stocks and bonds.

Recession risk is rising, according to Bank of America.

Based on the most recent data, the bank’s global economist now sees a greater than 30% chance of a recession in the next year.

It’s time to start back-to-school shopping and, while a trip to the store for supplies is necessary, it’s also an opportunity to teach children financial literacy.

Will we be seeing the economy hitting a slowdown or even a recession? We debate this topic with Matt Maley, a Chief Market Strategist at Miller Tabak, and Greg Hahn, CIO at Winthrop Capital Management.

Aaron Grey, an Advisor at Buckingham Strategic Wealth, gives us his pointers about possible strategic moves you should be making in your portfolio in the event the economy slows down.

Several global and U.S. transport indicators are flashing warning signals in raising concerns for a deeper slowdown in the U.S. economy. Steve Liesman has more for us.

How does the U.S. dollar affect U.S. companies, the markets and even multinationals with overseas trading and why is it so important? Sue Herera and Seema Mody breaks it all down for us.

The state of Vermont is giving incentives to entice people to live and work there. Kate Rogers reports how this state is trying to lure younger workers.

Job openings edged lower in June as the labor market continues to tighten, the Labor Department reported Tuesday.