Dow Jones futures are struggling today ahead of a "historic" Federal Reserve speech tomorrow. The Fed has a plan - but will it be enough?
Dow futures are surging on Tuesday, but hedge fund bear Kevin C. Smith refuses to back down from his prediction of a stock market crash.
Robinhood bros make think they're gaming the Apple stock split by buying AAPL today and selling tomorrow. They're sorely mistaken.
Dow Jones futures are booming as the Trump White House races to fast-track COVID-19 drugs - but economists warn of a "double-dip" recession.
As small businesses struggle to survive, economists warn capitalism is under fire. Relief may come from a surprising place: the housing market.
The Dow Jones is heading toward a narrow gain today, but one economist warns the economy's unmistakable bright spot may start to "flicker."
The Dow looks poised to close the week with a gain, but MUFG's head of research warns that the stock market needs a "concrete" catalyst.
U.S. consumers expect home prices to remain hot, but some industry experts disagree. Will the 2020 housing market leave buyers with regrets?
Twitter compared Disney World's reopening to a "horror movie," but Goldman Sachs says the Dow Jones stock is a raging buy.
There's a growing consensus among economists that the U.S. housing market is making a V-shaped recovery. But David Rosenberg says they're living in a "fantasy land."
New housing market data released today looks nothing short of perilous - in isolation. But here's why economists say it "doesn't matter."
The mortgage industry has a credit crisis, and the latest data reveal that it’s only getting worse.
The Dow Jones (DJIA) is roaring back to life today, but one Wall Street CIO warns that stocks are on the verge of a 50% crash.
The U.S. housing market just flashed a bullish signal last week, and it went almost entirely under the radar.
The Dow has surged an unbelievable 2,500 points in the past two weeks, but one stock market chart is making contrarian traders squirm.
For 11 weeks, the stock market has greeted brutal jobless claims data with a shrug. Jim Bianco says it's time for that to change.
There was always hope that the housing market would recover quickly. But you won't believe just how rapidly demand is heating up.