The Dow Jones traded sideways ahead of tonight’s blockbuster presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
The stock market recovery doesn’t look solid. Five mega-cap stocks, which make up for 23% of the S&P 500, have driven the index higher.
The stock market has recovered fast but not the job market. Weekly jobless claims jump back above 1 million, raising concerns.
Worries about inflation and Warren Buffett’s sudden pivot away from financials weighed on the Dow Jones on Monday.
The Dow Jones is struggling today. Trump says the economy is booming, but hedge fund bets tell a very different story.
The Dow Jones rallied on Wednesday. U.S. CPI data helped keep stock market bulls confident that the economic recovery remains on track.
Worrying real-time economic measures suggest the U.S. economy is more likely to slip into a recession than make a full recovery.
The U.S. stock market is down sharply on Thursday as investors take in dismal GDP and unemployment numbers.
The U.S. housing market is making a V-shaped rebound, but a lumber shortage threatens to cripple the long-term recovery.
Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures point to a disappointing stock market open ahead of Fed’s gloomy Congressional statement.