Jeffrey Gundlach says the market is pricing in a Sanders presidency. But coronavirus causing supply chain disruption is why stocks are down.
Dow Jones’ Monday crash took investors by surprise. But historical data suggests that the stock market has a lot of room to fall.
Coronavirus and presidential election campaigns remain catalysts this week. Five economic indicators can also determine the fate of stocks.
Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures point to weak stock market open as gold hits a seven-year high – a sign of nerves in the market.
Weak commercial real estate and a slew of store closures could send the U.S. housing market into a tailspin and cause a crash.
The stock market shot to record highs on Tuesday before suffering a sharp reversal. You can probably guess who Trump blamed for the sell-off.
The Dow Jones fell on Friday after the Trump adminstration’s $100 million pledge to China intensified coronavirus fears.
The Dow Jones hit a record high on Thursday as U.S. stocks ignored dire coronavirus forecasts from companies and economists alike.
After monetary stimulus last month, China just announced major February tariff cuts in a big improvement to the stock market outlook for 2020.
The Dow Jones spiked over 500 points as the Federal Reserve made a $94 billion repo move that added liquidity to the U.S. stock market.