Markets ended the week on a high note, despite a dismal performance so far in September.
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Under Biden, 7.4 million more jobs would be added than under Trump, Moody’s estimates.
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Johnson & Johnson has held up surprisingly well considering the flood of negative headlines in recent years. As it's expected to be a frontrunner in t
Mega-cap tech stocks like Apple and Microsoft have seen noticeable declines over the month of September, and this week was no different. For investors
If everything goes according to plan next week, Thomas Healy, 28, will become America’s youngest self-made billionaire when the company he founded,
There has been a small bounce in the morning session as stocks try to rebound off their lows for the week. However, this marks the longest weekly down
Hotels have already lost more than $46 billion in room revenue, and are on pace to lose up to $400 million per day based on current occupancy rates an
Gold on the weekly price chart looks like this: The price remains in an uptrend despite this week’s sell-off — at least, on the weekly time frame.
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Powell made it clear that the ball is now in Congress’ court with regard to stimulating the US economy in a Wednesday press conference.
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In some ways, Lewis' classic tome offers China’s leaders a taste of what’s in store as the mainland opens wider to the world’s bond dealers.
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HUM's executive compensation plan lowers the risk of investing in the company’s stock because executives’ interests are tied to shareholders’ in
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The best things in life are free — among them should be the right to vote. And yet, nationally there are millions of people who can’t vote for ano
Question: What does the fixed income market have in common with the Sistine Chapel? Answer: The main action is on the ceiling. That’s the result of
Researchers have found that cuts to unemployment benefits could prove a major drag on consumer spending.
The S&P 500 Growth and S&P 500 Value indexes are celebrating their 20th birthdays.