U.S. Inflation Slows in May to 0.1%, Thanks to Drop in Energy Prices

U.S. Inflation Slows in May to 0.1%, Thanks to Drop in Energy Prices

Prices on consumer purchases, excluding food and energy, rise by 0.1% in May after a gain of 0.3% in April, a report from the Labor Department's Bureau of Labor Statistics shows.

Novice Trade: TLT Treasury Bond ETF

Novice Trade: TLT Treasury Bond ETF

The more I look at this market worldwide, the more I think bonds are going to rally.

Old Mo, Tariffs Weaponry, a Need for Easing and AMD Revives: Market Recon

Old Mo, Tariffs Weaponry, a Need for Easing and AMD Revives: Market Recon

President Trump uses economic leverage instead of infantry divisions to defend U.S. interests, and Advanced Micro Devices regains lost ground.

U.S. Economy: Even in June, Winter Is Coming

U.S. Economy: Even in June, Winter Is Coming

Shorting individual stocks is going to be a very lucrative summer trade.

May Jobs Report: Why We Are Now in the Danger Zone

May Jobs Report: Why We Are Now in the Danger Zone

Here's how to read and react to Friday's important numbers.

Kass: The Fed Is Pushing on a String

Kass: The Fed Is Pushing on a String

The market's Pavlovian (and recently bullish) reaction to lower interest rates may be wrong

Despite Slowdown, U.S. Economy Keeps Adding Jobs and Pushing Up Wages

Despite Slowdown, U.S. Economy Keeps Adding Jobs and Pushing Up Wages

A report Friday from the Labor Department is expected to show that the U.S. economy added about 185,000 jobs in May - a slowdown from April's increase of 263,000 but still respectably ahead of the 100,000 needed each month to keep pace with the working population.

These Are the Forces Driving the Bond Rally

These Are the Forces Driving the Bond Rally

The unusual shape of the yield curve is sending mixed signals.

Jim Cramer: How Can Bad Be Good? It's Easy Now That the Fed Blinked

Jim Cramer: How Can Bad Be Good? It's Easy Now That the Fed Blinked

Anything weak is a positive to be excited about and anything strong is a nightmare because that might stiffen Powell's resolve to keep rates where they are instead of cutting them.

Market Movers: May U.S. Jobs Report

Market Movers: May U.S. Jobs Report

Is a dip in jobs growth bad news for the Fed?