Unemployment claims and the profit and earnings reports from JP Morgan are two factors driving the market this morning. Steve Chiotakis gets a deeper analysis from Jim Dunigan of PNC Wealth Management.
Tess Vigeland revisits an investors club at a barbershop in Jefferson City, Mo., that she first met six months ago. Although the stock market's shaved off some of their investments' value, these guys are watching for growth to return.
President Obama heads to Mexico on his way to the Summit of the Americas, where drug violence, trade and the devaluation of the peso are central concerns. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Dan Grech.
Rosetta Stone plans to hold its initial stock offering today, despite being in one of the worst bear markets in years. Jennifer Collins reports on why the language-instruction company is going public now versus waiting until later.
President Obama plans to put $8 billion into high-speed and intercity rail this year. But many are skeptical about the investment. John Dimsdale reports that rail has not been a cost-effective transportation option worldwide.
Google releases first-quarter earnings today, and some investors are worried about the company's investment in YouTube, which only makes up to 2 percent of Google's revenue. Rico Gagliano explores what YouTube brings to the table.
President Obama is opening the door slightly to relations with Cuba. Could this mean lifting the four-decade trade embargo? Steve Chiotakis talks to economics correspondent Chris Farrell about how both countries could stand to gain.
China's latest GDP numbers indicate the weakest growth since 1992, but other indicators for lending and new infrastructure suggest its economy is coming back. Scott Tong explores the potential for a V-shaped recovery.
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