U.S. corporations are set to smash a record with billions in share buybacks. And they’ve made sizable capital investments, too.
Signs that China’s economy may be slowing reverberated through global financial markets.
Some investors have cooled on new media sites and the recent sale of Mic is just the latest symptom. Others have diversified their revenue steams to survive and grow.
High-frequency traders and algorithms — “Dow Vigilantes” — are moving markets dramatically, sniffing out any sign of good or bad news to buy or sell
Dow swings to losses during a dramatic Oval Office meeting where Trump threatens to shut down the government if he doesn’t get $5 billion for a border wall.
U.S. stocks were embattled by worries over a global slowdown, Britain’s Brexit mess and ongoing tensions over the prospects for a U.S.-China trade deal.
OPEC agrees to cut production, while a weak jobs report and worries about trade send investors fleeing stocks.
U.S. stocks suffered an across-the-board rout for most of Thursday. Oil prices plunged, and omens of a recession emerged in the bond market.
President Trump and Xi Jinping will let the trade war cool for a few months as they try to negotiate an agreement.
Also, his views on a trade war with China and why he loves Apple.