Bloomberg by Anne Riley
Are you thinking about moving to a new home? If so, you aren't alone. Americans are now spending an average of just 15.4 years in their houses, 2014 census data show, down from a nationwide average of 17.1 years ... view full article >>
CNBC by Tom DiChristopher
After U.S. crude (New York Mercantile Exchange: @CL.1) prices broke below $30 per barrel for the first time in 15 years, the market is asking how low oil futures can go? Most analyses see it rebounding in the back half of ... view full article >>
MarketWatch by Bill Bischoff
The next Powerball drawing is worth an estimated $1.4 billion (it may be even higher by the time you read this), and the odds are good that there will be a winner this time.
If there’s only one, ... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Tracy Alloway
A big one, but not necessarily a good one.
Goldman Sachs analysts led by Lotfi Karoui highlight 15 records broken by the corporate bond market in 2015, though not all of them were necessarily positive.
For a star... view full article >>
CNBC by Holly Ellyatt
Despite infamously reversing his bearish stance on stocks late last year only to be proven wrong, influential investor Dennis Gartman told CNBC that he believed that a bear market has "begun in earnest globally" this time.
... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Lily Katz
Violent storms that struck the U.S. in December will cost more than $4 billion in damages, about half of which will probably be covered by insurers, according to estimates by Aon Plc.
The disasters at th... view full article >>