One day after US stocks ended last week on the back foot amid growing uncertainty over Brexit, the ongoing trade talks on "Phase one" deal between the US and China and signals of a global slowdown, world stocks and US futures have rebounded, with ris
No new highs, no new lows, lots of chop and still no decisions on anything. New highs or not, trade deal or not, hard Brexit or not, the list goes on and on.
If you wake up on a Casper mattress, work out with a Peloton before breakfast, Uber to your desk at a WeWork, order DoorDash for lunch, take a Lyft home, and get dinner through Postmates, you've interacted with seven companies that will collectivel
My intent in this piece is not to ask whether or not employees of the SEC trade on inside information...That's easy: they do.
If there was one message that resonated from the IMF meetings, it was that what we are doing isn't working. Acknowledging that fact is every bit as important as the forecasts of dour prospects for global growth and the risks of excess leverage.
On the surface, middle of the road performance for stocks in the quarter indicated relative calm. Especially coming off strong performance in the first half of the year, there was little cause for concern.
US Policy Uncertainty Unexpectedly Soars Above Lehman, Sept 11 Levels
Johnson & Johnson is recalling, and encouraging people who bought the product to discontinue use, a single lot of Johnson's Baby Powder after tiny amounts of asbestos contamination were found in samples from a single bottle purchased online.
The bombastic money manager cited billionaire Buffett's plans to increase his investment in Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) as one of a multitude of reasons to buy big banking stocks.
A bear market is roaring in Saudi Arabia, as local stock indexes fell sharply on Tuesday, with energy, financials, and basic materials taking the brunt of the selling.
While algos continue to zig and zag, daytraing the barrage of optimistic and pessimistic US-China trade deal headlines, and stock buybacks are set for another record, with a recent report finding that cumulative buybacks YTD are already up +20% YoY c
As we've been reporting in the last several months, the proverbial tide has gone out - and those institutions exposed to overvalued technology unicorns are the ones swimming naked.
The exponential growth in the leveraged loan market, in the last several years, created an enormous excess accumulation of sub-investment grade loans that are a ticking time bomb when the next recession strikes.
As studios spend billions on content and Endeavor scraps its IPO, long-term obligations may weigh down strategic bets.
The $DJIA chart is telling an interesting story, technically speaking that is. Frankly not sure what the message is quite yet, but I find it fascinating hence it might be of interest to share.
Well Friday was fun. Big nasty drop and a vicious rally back up. Standard script right? After all we've all become accustomed to drops not lasting more than a few hours or days no matter what happens in the world.
The Fed's nearly free money for financiers policies in support of the Super-Rich do not exist in a vacuum - the disastrous consequences are already baked in. What's holding up the U.S. stock market? The facile answer is the Federal Reserve ("the Fed
"Better a decade of inflation that a cycle of decay.. "
Since ISM manufacturing disappointed, The Dow has plummeted 1300 points to its lowest since August...
As Peter Schiff put it in his podcast, if the first trading day of the fourth quarter was a sign of things to come, bulls on Wall Street are in for a rough end to the year. In fact, Peter said the party is over and you don't want to be the last one
The stock market hasn't started a quarter this badly in about a decade, and if stock prices continue to plummet it could set off a wave of panic selling unlike anything that we have seen in a very long time.
The S&P 500 is testing a crucial CTA "trigger" level at 2903, but more broadly, all the major US equity indices have broken down below key technical support levels...