Wall Street

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.

With the volatility we are seeing in the markets, it’s putting focus on the outlook for earnings and isn’t pretty. Bob Pisani has more for us.

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.

Goldman Sachs has a new battle plan for the trade war: Buy service-providing stocks and avoid goods-producing companies.

With lower bond yields, investors are putting more emphasis on municipal bonds. Seema Mody reports.

On this week’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with David Yepez. Senior Investment Analyst at Exencial Wealth Advisors, who gives us three stock names he says are relatively cheap and will grow double digits in the long term.

The markets saw a volatile week which took investors on a wild ride. Here’s a recap of the week on Wall Street.

We speak with Sandy Villere, a Portfolio Manager at Villere & Company, who’s gives us his analysis on a confusing week for the stock market.

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.

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.

Stocks continued its strong reversal on Thursday and wiped out most of the steep losses from earlier in the week. Bob Pisani has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn believes Occidental’s acquisition of Anadarko is the worst tie-up he’s seen in his long career on Wall Street.

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has lost more than $5 billion this year on its investment in Kraft Heinz as the packaged food company’s stock has continued to tumble.

On Wednesday, stock staged a furious comeback as the Dow reversed nearly 600 points and the S&P 500 had its biggest comeback in 2019. Bob Pisani has more for us about the wild Wednesday at the New York Stock Exchange.

Investors again rushed for the safety of government bonds and dumped stocks on Wednesday, exacerbating the August exodus away from risk assets as traders around the world settled in for a U.S.-China trade war without an end in sight.