Bloomberg by Rachel Evans & Lananh Nguyen
The dollar rose as Federal Reserve policy makers kept their benchmark interest rate unchanged and said they still expect to raise borrowing costs at a “gradual” pace while watching to see how the global... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Javier Blas
With oil trading near $30 a barrel, calls for orchestrated output cuts to quell global oversupply have intensified this week. Trouble is, none of the world’s largest producers, most notably Russia and Saudi Arabia, have s... view full article >>
Yahoo! by Susanna Lee
U.S. existing home sales made a strong comeback in December with prices also rising. The latest data follows weak economic reports including U.S. housing starts and building permits slipping in December. The Commerce Departmen... view full article >>
Yahoo! by Lawrence Lewitinn
The market has had some wild swings over the past few weeks—Wednesday included—but corporate earnings may show some positive signs of growth this year, according to one strategist.
Since the start of 2016, the S&... view full article >>
New York Reuters
U.S. oil prices crashed to below $27 dollars on Wednesday for the first time since 2003, caught in a broad slump across world financial markets with traders also fearful that the crude supply glut could last longer.
The slide o... view full article >>
Yahoo! by Rick Newman
When did cheap oil become an economic catastrophe?
Anybody with a gas tank to fill knows the delight that comes from gassing up for half the cost of a couple years ago. Yet the plunge in oil prices is unnerving financial m... view full article >>