Your Need to Know - Global Yields Move Higher

Your Need to Know - Global Yields Move Higher

U.S. stocks near all-time highs.

Friday Follies, Pressure Mounts on China, and a 3M Trade Idea: Market Recon

Friday Follies, Pressure Mounts on China, and a 3M Trade Idea: Market Recon

The Fed also finds itself under pressure amid indications of a slowing U.S. economy

Negative Interest Rates in the U.S.? The Federal Reserve Might Have to Go There

Negative Interest Rates in the U.S.? The Federal Reserve Might Have to Go There

Combined borrowings of the Federal Reserve and U.S. Treasury Department have more than doubled since the 2008 financial crisis to $26.3 trillion. But in the topsy-turvy world of modern monetary policy and negative interest rates, investors might have to start paying to lend money to the government, a new Bank of America report suggests.

There's a Silver Lining for Investors Following Weak Jobs Report

There's a Silver Lining for Investors Following Weak Jobs Report

Here's how to read complex economic data and how to invest for 2019 and 2020.

Fed's Powell Says Facebook's Libra Digital Coin Needs 'Highest' Regulatory Rules

Fed's Powell Says Facebook's Libra Digital Coin Needs 'Highest' Regulatory Rules

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said in a webcast discussion in Switzerland that Facebook's proposed digital currency would probably have so many users that it might cause instability in the financial system.

Fed's Powell Sees 'Favorable' U.S. Outlook as Traders See 100% Odds of Rate Cut

Fed's Powell Sees 'Favorable' U.S. Outlook as Traders See 100% Odds of Rate Cut

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell speaks on the economic outlook and monetary policy in a discussion in Zurich with Swiss National Bank Chairman Thomas Jordan.

U.S. Jobs Growth Slows in August Despite Big Boost From 2020 Census Hiring

U.S. Jobs Growth Slows in August Despite Big Boost From 2020 Census Hiring

A report Friday from the Labor Department shows the U.S. economy added 130,000 jobs in August, down from 164,000 in July. Economists had forecast a gain of 160,000 jobs. The month's gains included 25,000 temporary workers hired by the U.S. government to prepare for the 2020 census.

Ugly September Has Arrived -- Here's Your Selloff-Protected Strategy

Ugly September Has Arrived -- Here's Your Selloff-Protected Strategy

Don't panic, investors. There's always return somewhere.

My Worth Is My Bond

My Worth Is My Bond

The bond market has no single-source indicator like the S&P 500, but looking at a variety of indexes, 2019 has been a terrific year.

U.S. Private Employers Add 195,000 Jobs in August, More Than Expected, ADP Says

U.S. Private Employers Add 195,000 Jobs in August, More Than Expected, ADP Says

Private companies add a net 195,000 jobs in August, according to the payroll firm Automatic Data Processing. Economists had expected an increase of 150,000 jobs.