With the arrival of HQ2, D.C. could move up to the majors as a tech capital.
It bodes well for consumers, but some experts worry that it signals trouble in the broader economy.
The Nasdaq, which has been in a pressure cooker for weeks, fell another 2.8 percent, dragging down the broader market.
In a tweet, the president characterized what’s coming as “Presidential Harassment by the Dems.”
Prices have dropped steadily from $75 per barrel, a near-optimal price that allows countries and companies to earn profits without consumers feeling gouged.
The Dow Jones appears to like a divided government, gaining more than 500 points in trading.
Many income providers that were dependable over decades for investors have disappeared
A sense of uncertainty has fueled investor anxiety and added to volatility.
After a more than 900-point swing, the Dow extended last week’s ugly losses.
Also, his views on a trade war with China and why he loves Apple.