Bloomberg by Carlos Torres & Lisa Du
The U.S. economy stumbled in the first half of 2016 as companies retrenched, leaving consumers to shoulder the burden of sustaining growth heading into the presidential election.
A 4.2 percent gain in house... view full article >>
Please join us as Greg Womack analyzes the events that took place in the market for the first half of 2016 and where he see's the market right now. Hear his ideas on how those events, and others, may ... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Sho Chandra
The U.S. economy’s mid-year report card will probably include hints of progress and room for improvement.
Gross domestic product climbed at a 2.5 percent annualized rate in the second quarter after an uninspiring 1.1 ... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Amrith Ramkumar
Researchers have combed beaches and ocean floors looking for compounds that can be effective antibiotics, a process that's assumed greater urgency as untreatable superbugs appear more frequently. Now they’re target... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Phil Kuntz & Cecile Vannucci
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union was supposed to be “the gamble of the century,” in the words of David Cameron, then U.K. prime minister.
That may be true, but judging from the reaction ... view full article >>
Yahoo! by Sam Ro
Stock prices continue to climb to new all-time highs even as expectations for earnings come down. These two opposing forces have caused valuations — as measured by the price/earnings (P/E) ratio — to get almost unreasonably ... view full article >>