As the trade war winds on with no end in sight, companies are not waiting around to see what happens, BlackRock chief finds.
Mortgage rates are on the way down, which should boost affordability and home building starts.
The hedge fund kingpin says the allure of stocks will wane.
More US goods bought, less tech transfer, and an enforcement mechanism. Maybe.
But even if they stay in the black, they will be puny compared to 2018’s blowout.
The spread between BBB corporates and 10-year Treasuries is shrinking.
Frazzled by the 2008-09 nightmare, people have avoided excesses that set up the economy for a new plunge, the economist argues.
Economist Nouriel Roubini sees a continued trade war and spiking oil prices as the catalysts.
Political pressure is high on Chairman Jerome Powell to do something in July. The question is how much.
Lots of wariness about an escalation of the US-China trade war and bad economic fallout.
US GDP has been growing for 121 months in July, but the growth rate is a mere 2.3%.
Financial giant’s founder, apparently not serious, joins locals in kvetching about city’s high prices.
Forecasts say the yellow metal may reach $1,500 an ounce in coming months.
After an eight-year run, Fed rate cuts and a slowing economy are seen as poised to weaken it.
Earnings slowdown expected to propel a movement away from heavy borrowing.