A falling U.S. dollar tends to be viewed as bullish for the stock market. Here’s one breakdown of what past episodes of dollar weakness has meant for each sector.
U.S. stock-index futures pointed to lackluster trade on Thursday as investors prepared for a weekly report on Americans looking for work that could reveal the recent impact of a resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economy.
The market is underpricing the possibility of a coronavirus vaccine, according to Goldman Sachs strategists.
Sure, the S&P 500 has rallied from the March lows. But other market indicators are telling a worrying story about the economy.
Beyond Meat has taken a number of steps during the COVID-19 pandemic, including lowering prices, redirecting its foodservice business to retail and launching in restaurant chains.
There has been a surge of interest in U.K. jobs coming from Hong Kong.
The pandemic has businesses shifting away from cash to ‘touchless transactions.’ What does that mean for America’s ‘unbanked,’ people who don’t have bank accounts?
The country’s top mortgage lender late Wednesday priced its IPO below expectations at $18 a share.
Quicken has been the largest mortgage lender in the U.S. since 2018.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday he would support additional aid for airlines to keep workers on payroll. The president was asked about a plan from more than a dozen Republican senators to provide another $25 billion in support for airlines.