Overnight, In Asia 6 out of 12 stock markets closed lower with the Nikkei down 1.61%, and in Europe today, 10 out of 13 stock markets are currently trading higher.
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Headlines that affect the markets remain similar this week as in previous weeks.
Traders and active investors should take note of Friday's selloff.
We’ve all seen movies or videos where they employ a camera trick of moving the destination further and further away just as the subject approaches it.
Well, yesterday on FOMC day everything went as planned...at least somewhat.
This week, China’s economic situation remains on the radar as the U.S. is engaged in talks while at the same time, China’s economic data is still weak.
The US and China have the world’s leading economies when it comes to GDP. With over 7.55 billion people on our planet, China accounts for over 18 percent of the global population.
If one ranked the current importance of the world’s central banks, the Top 2 would easily be the U.S.
After the rally in the stock market that began at the end of December, the carnage that gripped markets during the fourth quarter of 2018 began to fade into the market’s rearview mirror.
Yesterday, the negotiations continued between China and the U.S. over a trade deal while the EU and Great Britain continued their deliberations over the Brexit.
Earlier this week, U.S. stock markets saw a significant drop to open the week, but then stabilized going into Monday afternoon.
The stock market had been rallying steadily since the end of December when the E-Mini S&P 500 hit rock bottom at 2316.75.
People often confuse and sometimes conflate the U.S. debt with the U.S. budget deficit, which can sometimes be a budget surplus. The U.S.
Yesterday, President Trump cut short his meeting with Korea’s Kim without coming to an agreement or issuing a joint statement.
The US stock market experiences a reversal of fortune so far in 2019.
According to Bloomberg news, President Trump said he’ll extend a deadline to raise tariffs on Chinese goods beyond this week, citing substantial progress in the latest round of talks that took plac
Today at 2:30 eastern, President Trump meets with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He who is also China’s top trade negotiator.
The stock market hit a speed bump on Thursday when weak durable goods and manufacturing data sent signs that GDP growth may slip below the 2 percent level.
In yesterday's article, we noted that the primary focus of the day would be the FOMC minutes from January, and those looking to trade that price action in the U.S.
On Wednesday, February 20 the Federal Open Market Committee released the minutes from the latest meeting.
This week has gotten off to a bit of a slower start in the U.S. due to Monday’s holiday closing down financial markets. From Sunday night’s equity index open through this morning's trade, the U.S.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Friday that trade talks with the United States will continue in Washington next week and that he hopes the two sides will be able to reach a mutually beneficial