Trump tweeted. The markets roiled. For the third time in a year and half trade wars (China/US) came to the forefront. And predictably the markets once...
April is the number one month for the Dow Jones Industrials (DJI) since 1950 with 47 up months and only 22 down months.
Observers have been talking about a looming “retail apocalypse.” Investors, nonetheless, have a lot of options amid market unpredictability, including investing in mall REITs.
China faces problems in terms of its demographic, its over-investment in infrastructure and its real estate.
The US government says it still expects to have an agreement, but a signing ceremony by the end of the month is going to be more...
Numbers to watch this coming week are the employment reports due out on Friday in both the U.S. and Canada.
After peaking in January, gold seems to have no immediate signs of slowing down.
Expect traders to use any positive announcements surrounding a U.S.-China trade deal as a signal to step aside for a while.
The United States and China are expected to conduct more meetings this week. Markets wait for both countries to reach a trade dispute resolution.
The NRF forecasts retail sales to reach more than $3 trillion this year. The estimate, however, excluded other economic factors such as government shutdown and US-...