The NASDAQ, Russell 2000 and S&P 600 all rose to new heights while DJI and other big indices did not amid fears of trade wars.
For the seventh time around, Fed Funds rate surged by another quarter point to 2 percent. Bitcoin is seeing resistance as trading continues volatility.
The stock market at current valuations is vulnerable to a significant market decline. Meanwhile, gold dropped to $1,301.96.
One change in the Volcker Rule would classify banks into three categories in order to identify their level of compliance.
The Dow Jones bounces back and scores weekly highs, breaking its record five weeks ago, while gold is holding up pretty well despite overwhelming declines.
Trump poised on maintaining tariff over steel and aluminum imports during the G7 summit. Bitcoin trading holds steady at $7,200-$7,500.
The next economic crisis might be worse than the Great Recession as interest rates increase, along with growing corporate and household debts.
Labor force rate jumps higher and surpasses 190,000. Bitcoin trading closed in on a new low. Gold stocks dropped further by three percent.
China competes with US dollar through Petro-yuan and talks trading gold with Iran in exchange for oil supply. Bitcoin slides further to less than $8,000.
The inverted yield curve broke a record, falling to 45 basis points, from 260 basis points since 2014. This was attributed to central bank purchases.