...and there are many reasons why.
Duke University poll finds almost half think a slowdown will hit within a year
Business orders for factory goods are not quite so robust as earlier this year, and that may show up in the numbers this month. But what’s not slowing down is consumer demand for manufactured stuff. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Down from its 1,400 percent rise in 2017, bitcoin is now trading at less than $5,000 — a sharp decline for what some once hoped was a new and promising asset that could excite institutional investors. Instead, many traders were just trying to make a quick buck. Click the audio player above to hear the […]
Shares of Apple took a hit Monday, declining 4 percent after the Wall Street Journal reported Apple has cut production orders in recent weeks for all three iPhone models launched earlier this year. When Apple runs into trouble, it tends to be a drag on many other companies and the market as a whole. Click the […]
As the trade conflict between the United States and China goes on, it can sometimes feel like there’s no end in sight. Just this week, the Trump administration announced plans to slap $200 billion in tariffs on Chinese goods on top of the $50 billion in duties already in place. We’re now talking about tariffs […]
A McKinsey Global Institute report looks at what we learned and the risks we can expect moving forward.
Big banks are slashing fees — or even eliminating them.
Neel Kashkari on the 2008 financial crisis and what Congress would do if another crisis hits.
How U.S. interest rates cause trouble in Turkey, Argentina, and beyond