The Dow Jones continues correcting, closing this week below its -5 percentBEV line. Is it time to panic?
The Fed held interest rates steady after its meeting last week amid a strong U.S. economy. However, one more hike is expected before the year ends.
While the market did not buckle from events such as Italy’s budget woes and the Kavanagh hearings, trade wars, Fed rates hike, rising US dollars and...
With the ongoing trade wars between the U.S. and China, the newly imposed tariffs could do more harm than good in terms of Chinese exported goods.
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.
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.
When the US government implemented tax reforms, they've discussed GDP growth. But they failed to disclose the national debt, now a massive $20.5 trillion.
Despite a rise, an expert believes that the slight increase in recent stocks will only contribute to the economic fluctuations leading to a bond collapse.
Last Jan. 26, the Dow Jones market closed at 0 followed by a -10 percent on Feb. 8. Investors remain on edge as inflation spikes become...
With a recent survey predicting a rise, gold prices are back on track.