The U.S. bond market is suffering and consumer price inflation is above the Fed’s 2 percent target.
Gold rose for the third consecutive week while oil prices fell. Markets are expected to remain volatile as the mid-term election is fast approaching.
The stock market saw its third day of extreme volatility in the past two weeks, with Dow Jones just 5.61 percent away from its new all-time...
It's unclear if the bull market is ending, but negative gains were seen over the past week. Gold outperformed other stocks while crypto is outlining losses.
In the previous week, the Dow Jones set two new all-time highs, closing at 5.55 percent.
The Fed is not just raising interest rates, it is also helping banks create a bull equity and bonds markets.
The warning signs are clear that the next financial crisis is approaching, and emerging markets are more vulnerable to defaults.
Governments have created a sustainable rate of inflation across the world, but how has this affected the markets and consumers?
There are warning signs that point to a looming financial crisis for Italy. Meanwhile, gold and the U.S. dollar both climbed, which rarely happens.
Real estate is in a bull market and mortgage rates have increased 4.72 percent, a level not seen since May 2011.