Stocks Higher, Elon Musk, Twitter, Bitcoin, GE – 5 Things To Know

Stocks Higher, Elon Musk, Twitter, Bitcoin, GE – 5 Things To Know

Here are five things you must know for Friday, May 13: 1. — Stock Futures Moved Higher As Powell Rate Soothe Rate Betting Bulls US equity moved higher Friday, potentially snapping a six-day losing streak for the Dow, as investors looked to an ease in market volatility amid stabilizing cryptocurrency prices and detailed comments on … Read more

Stocks Slide, Disney, Apple, Beyond Meat, Bitcoin-5 Things To Know

Here are five things you must know for Thursday, May 12: 1. — Stock Futures Slide, Dollar Leaps As Tech Rout Continues US equity futures extended declines Thursday, potentially pulling the Dow into its sixth consecutive slump, as investors continue to shed risk assets in markets around the world amid renewed concerns that central bank … Read more

Stocks Bounce, Tesla, Twitter, Bitcoin and AMC – 5 Things To Know

Here are five things you must know for Tuesday, May 10: 1. — Stock Futures Bounce As Investors Buy Dip After Lowest S&P 500 Close In A Year US equity futures bounced higher Tuesday, potentially lifting the S&P 500 from its lowest closing level since March of last year, as investors look to tame a … Read more

Recession fears are everywhere – except in the White House

With prices are skyrocketing, labor shortages, the raging war in Ukraine, tight supply chains and now rising interest rates, fears of an impending recession are everywhere. Except, of course, at the White House – which is in total denial. Just like it was about inflation. “The ‘inflation shock’ is getting worse, the ‘rate shock’ is … Read more

Recession fears are everywhere – except in the White House

With prices are skyrocketing, labor shortages, the raging war in Ukraine, tight supply chains and now rising interest rates, fears of an impending recession are everywhere. Except, of course, at the White House – which is in total denial. Just like it was about inflation. “The ‘inflation shock’ is getting worse, the ‘rate shock’ is … Read more

Why an inverted yield curve could actually be good news for investors

Text size The time of dreams About the Author: Ashwin Alankar is Head of Global Asset Allocation at Janus Henderson Investors. The market’s recent tendency to frame new developments in a negative light received a boost earlier this month when the yield on the 2-year US Treasury briefly rose above the 10-year. It was the … Read more

Retail sales slow in March as gas prices and inflation curb spending

Updated at 9:48 a.m. EST U.S. retail sales growth slowed again in March, Commerce Department data showed Thursday, as record gasoline prices and soaring inflation appear to have hit consumer spending. discretionary. March retail sales rose 0.5% from the previous month to a total of $665.7 billion, the Commerce Department said, just short of Street’s … Read more

Mortgage bonds pose big questions for the Fed as it begins to shrink its balance sheet. Here’s why.

The Federal Reserve is about to start unwinding its balance sheet for the second time after the financial crisis, but this time the process will start sooner. The time of dreams Text size The Federal Reserve is about to start shrinking its massive balance sheet. Officials say the process will happen in the background, but … Read more

Mortgage bonds pose big questions for the Fed as it begins to shrink its balance sheet. Here’s why.

The Federal Reserve is about to start unwinding its balance sheet for the second time after the financial crisis, but this time the process will start sooner. The time of dreams Text size The Federal Reserve is about to start shrinking its massive balance sheet. Officials say the process will happen in the background, but … Read more

Bank of America analyst warns ‘recessionary shock’ will hit US economy

A Bank of America analyst has warned that the US economy is rapidly deteriorating and could plunge the country into a recession just three days after Deutsche Bank predicted the slump to come in 2023 as the Federal Reserve tightens interest rates to stem the surge inflation. BofA Chief Investment Strategist Michael Hartnett wrote in … Read more