Category: Economy

Durable goods orders January 2019

Ty Wright | Bloomberg | Getty Images Appliances on sale in Sarasota, Florida. Orders to U.S. factories for big-ticket manufactured goods edged up slightly in January,...

Stalled job growth could be warning of slowdown but no signal of recession

Stock futures dipped after the jobs report, but were already lower after very weak Chinese export data renewed fears of a global slowdown. Treasury yields, already...

Goldman Sachs predicts what a US-China trade deal would look like

Going forward, the process to reach a trade deal could take place in three phases, Goldman said. Most immediately, U.S. and Chinese officials are likely to continue...

Case against politician to be decided post election

Thai prosecutors said on Wednesday they would decide after a March 24 election whether to pursue criminal charges against the leader of a new political party who...

Fidelity notches record profit and revenue

Fidelity Investments had a historic 2018, even as stock markets saw their worst performance in a decade. For the first time in history, Fidelity’s annual income...

Investors may have already missed out on bulk of market’s gains this year

“Although the peak earnings growth rate for this economic expansion is almost certainly behind us, profit growth peaks have historically been followed by several...

Markets shouldn't overreact even if there's no US-China trade deal

The German trade surplus is stifling the economic growth in the rest of Europe, Michael Ivanovitch writes. Source link

Fed’s Powell reveals biggest economic challenge over the next decade

Yuri Gripas | Reuters Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell speaks during his news conference after a Federal Open Market Committee meeting in Washington,...

Draft Kings, casinos gear up for Super Bowl sports betting debut

Pat Greenhouse | Boston Globe | Getty Images From left, the three co-founders of DraftKings, Matt Kalish, Paul Liberman and Jason Robins, pose together in their Boston...

CEOs step up help for government workers, raise pressure on Washington to end impasse

Companies are stepping up their relief efforts for the 800,000 federal workers who have just marked their second missed paycheck. J.P. Morgan Chase, the largest U.S....