The Dow Jones suffered a moderate setback on Thursday, but don’t blame it on another worse-than-expected jobless claims report.
Famed investor Paul Tudor Jones has thrown his weight behind bitcoin mere days before the quadrennial halving.
A bad sign for Dow Jones bulls: the latest personal income and consumer spending data show a crash that may easily dwarf 2008 by year end.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) ended Friday with a 915-point drop. Now, warnings from a doctor in Wuhan present a new threat.
The sharp recovery in Chinese stocks may have paved the way for the Dow’s comeback this week. The Dow rebounded 5.1% on Monday.
Cowboys fans may be so happy to be done with Jason Garrett they may have missed evidence that Mike McCarthy is a puppet, much like Garrett.
Dow futures fell by a steep 400 points after missiles reportedly struck a military base in Iraq where US troops are being housed.
While Citi’s bullish outlook covers the next 12-16 months, the short-term view of the stock market is less clear.
President Trump has decided to delay China tariffs due to the Christmas season. He wants to help consumers, but he’s also helping Dow Jones stocks. | Source: REUTERS / Brendan McDermid By CCN Markets: If you’re wondering what’s behind the rally in the Dow Jones and S&P 500 indexes, you can thank Santa Claus. President…
TweetFacebookLinkedIn By CCN: The man, the meme, the legend – Alex Jones has become an ingrained part of the Bitcoin subculture in recent years, thanks to several revelations made on his flagship show Infowars.The following five “theories” offered up by Jones are controversial, conspiratorial, and, at times, contradictory. Among the supporting cast, we have Jack…
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