Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures point to a disappointing stock market open ahead of Fed’s gloomy Congressional statement.
Housing demand and tight supply suggest further upside ahead for this sector. That means housing market stocks will head higher too.
Airline stocks face numerous headwinds to currently qualify as buys. While economies have started reopening, a lot has changed.
The jobless claims decline was deceiving. Unemployment will weigh on consumer spending and keep the U.S. economy from a V-shaped recovery.
Donald Trump has encouraged his supporters to mistrust what they’re being told about coronavirus, creating a challenge for state lawmakers.
Companies with low debt, strong cash flows and a lot of cash are best positioned to capitalize on a coronavirus recovery.
A Boeing 737 crashed in Istanbul leaving at least 120 people injured. Could this upend the aerospace stock’s recovery?
TwitterFacebookLinkedIn Turkey interest in bitcoin remains robust as the economy struggles to recover from the collapse of the lira from 2018. | Source: ShutterstockBy CCN Markets: Turkey likes bitcoin more than any of the other 14 nations polled in a recent survey by Dutch banking group ING. Sixty-two percent of Turks were crypto positive, while…
In the past 24 hours, the bitcoin price has seen a gain of around $1,000 and surpassed $13,150 across major crypto exchanges, demonstrating strong momentum against the U.S. dollar. The upside movement of bitcoin comes after it saw a large pullback in the tune of 30 percent earlier this month during which the dominant crypto…
TweetFacebookLinkedIn By CCN: On Friday, the Dow Jones surged by 1.02 percent, nearing 26,000 points after gaining more than 1,000 points within five days, demonstrating the current momentum of the U.S. stock market.The Dow Jones has climbed by more than 1,000 points within a five-day span (source: Yahoo Finance)The short-term recovery of the Dow Jones…