The ADP employment report for January showed a net loss of jobs, consumer spending is slowing, and President Biden is sending 3,000 troops to
It’s already been a good year for hydrocarbons, with crude oil and natural gas prices rising along with geopolitical tensions in Central Europ
Stocks surged on the last trading day of the month, but it was still the worst January for the Nasdaq since 2008.
A favorite Federal Reserve inflation gauge, the core personal consumption expenditures index, measured 4.9% year over year for December.
The Commerce Department reported the fastest annualized rate of U.S. gross domestic product growth since 1984 for the fourth quarter of 2021.
The Federal Open Market Committee said today “it will soon be appropriate to raise the target range for the federal funds rate.” And it issued
The U.S. appears to be ramping up its support of NATO forces to counter Russia’s threat to Ukraine.
The Biden administration is preparing to deploy troops and equipment to Eastern Europe and the Baltics to counter Russia’s threat to Ukraine,
Cryptocurrencies are crashing, stocks are tanking, bonds are rallying, and central banks are diverging.
The commodity “super cycle” chorus will only get louder with crude oil touching eight-year highs, nickel reaching levels not seen in a decade,
U.S. equity indexes bounced between “green” and “red” today, reflecting investor uncertainty amid a spike in volatility.
Bond yields rose across the curve Tuesday and stocks sank, as investors began to price in the potential impact of as many as four Federal Rese
U.S. retail sales fell in December as surging prices hit consumer spending.
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December’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose by 7% year-over-year, the biggest jump since 1982.