Will lag effects of interest rate hikes and the trade war with China show up in 2019?
One month does not a trend make, but last Friday's Producer Price Index number was alarmingly high.
The notion that business fixed investment has moderated only recently undersells what's really going on here.
Wednesday's post-election surge was impressive, but shouldn't mask the potential drag on stocks of a more hawkish Fed.
The chief drivers of investor sentiment -- a China trade war, tariffs and interest rates -- aren't likely to change no matter what happens at the ballot box, most Wall Street analysts said.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, the president continues his criticism of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
Jim Cramer looks at the fourth industrial revolution, the Fed's hawkishness, and whether or not HBO will take down Netflix.
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