Government stimulus is keeping the housing market heated, but these efforts are only delaying the inevitable.
The Dow and broader U.S. stock market are being weighed down by at least three ‘trouble sectors’–utilities, financials, and real estate.
New home sales plunged more than expected in March, but the housing market could improve dramatically once the COVID-19 pandemic passes.
Sales have started to plunge in the U.S. housing market as coronavirus has triggered a historic surge in unemployment.
The stock market has struggled to show signs of recovery. But, it’s not stocks that are placing the U.S. economy at risk of a recession.
The Dow Jones dropped sharply again as bearish investors ignored an avalanche of positive news about the coronavirus outbreak.
S&P 500 may be due for a correction in the next two weeks as many large caps are overbought. This doesn’t mean that bull run is over.
Fortnite has long been Epic Games’ cash cow, but the title’s money-making free-to-play business model just suffered a 52% plunge this year.
TwitterFacebookLinkedIn The Dow Jones has plunged by 2 percent in a single session on Friday as U.S. President Donald Trump issued a stern warning towards China. | Source: REUTERS / Lucas JacksonBy CCN Markets: The Dow Jones has plunged by well over 2 percent in a single session on Friday as U.S. President Donald Trump…
TwitterFacebookLinkedIn A fresh batch of economic data risks plunging the US stock market toward its worst sell-off since 2015 – or maybe even the financial crisis. | Source: REUTERS / Brendan McDermidBy CCN Markets: When US Treasury bonds suffered their first main yield inversion since the financial crisis, analysts warned that the stock market had…
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