Housing has made a recovery due to jobs, with Texas as the key market followed by Florida and the Southeast region.
Oil and natural gas have remained relatively quiet this summer as the market continues to make new highs and global conflicts escalate.
Gold movement has been relatively muted, despite the S&P 500 crossing 2000 for the first time on August 25 and an escalation in global regional conflicts.
Fed President Janet Yellen’s Jackson Hole speech was largely in line with FOMC minutes, continuing with the transparent course of policy.
PDI guided lower for the third quarter and full year, but CEO Nancy Lurker, says investors should look at what's in the pipeline at the company.
Economic data, retail earnings and geopolitical worries will be front and center for investors and traders in the week ahead.
Traders and investors will keep a close eye on the Iraq situation as it unfolds leading into the trading week of August 11.
Jill Malandrino speaks with Jared Dillian to discuss why retail investors should keep tabs on movements in foreign currencies.
Microsoft has had an impressive run over the past 18 months, now just a touch off the highs, but the story is still compelling for investors.
TheStreet's Jill Malandrino and Bob Lang discuss the spike in volatility on July 31 and August 1, reminiscent of what was seen in April.