Brent Oil May Make One Last Move Higher, but a Drop Is Coming

Brent Oil May Make One Last Move Higher, but a Drop Is Coming

Oil markets are fine on the supply side, but demand will be a problem into the next quarter.

Striking Options: Tariffs, Equities, Rates

Striking Options: Tariffs, Equities, Rates

Why is the S&P 500 taking the latest round of tariffs in stride?

Dollar Falls and Market Rallies on Tariffs: What Gives?

Dollar Falls and Market Rallies on Tariffs: What Gives?

The perception of commodities being linked to the Chinese economic cycle made them victims during the harsh selloff.

Market Movers: Central Bank Meetings

Market Movers: Central Bank Meetings

Will the ECB and BOE maintain their interest rate path?

Complacency Rules as Investors Ignore Risks From China to Trump

Complacency Rules as Investors Ignore Risks From China to Trump

Suzanne Hutchins, a portfolio manager of the $1.5 billion Dreyfus Global Real Return Fund, gets paid to see global risks before they upend stock markets. And now, she sees lots of them -- from a potential trade war with China to impeachment talk in the U.S.

The S&P 500 Has Returned to Its January High

The S&P 500 Has Returned to Its January High

The S&P 500 has retreated to its January high of 2,873, after reaching a fresh record high of 2,914 on August 29.

US Stocks Turn Red as China Plans WTO Retaliation in Latest Trade War Skirmish

US Stocks Turn Red as China Plans WTO Retaliation in Latest Trade War Skirmish

Global stocks were mixed again in early Tuesday trading, although persistent weakness in Asia suggests investors remain acutely concerned over developments in the ongoing trade war between Washington and Beijing even as they build modest gains from markets elsewhere as economic growth continues to grind higher in Europe and surges in the United States.

Striking Options: NASDAQ, FX, and Equities

Striking Options: NASDAQ, FX, and Equities

Stronger-than-expected jobs data along with heightened trade concerns over U.S.-China is giving boost to the U.S. dollar.

Stocks Cautious as Trump Escalates Trade War and China Trade Surplus Surges

Stocks Cautious as Trump Escalates Trade War and China Trade Surplus Surges

Global stocks kicked off the week in a cautious mood Monday, with markets in Europe and Asia mixed and the U.S. dollar posting solid gains, as investors re-set their focus on developments in the ongoing trade war between Washington and Beijing.

Your Need to Know - Forward Look

Your Need to Know - Forward Look

Key market moving events to watch for in the upcoming week.