Infrastructure Capital Management CEO Jay Hatfield and The Fitz-Gerald Group president Keith Fitz-Gerald preview how recession may impact the market on 'Mornings with Maria.'
Blue Line Capital President Bill Baruch shares his analysis on where the market is headed
Brigg MacAdam LTD founding partner Greg Swenson joins Horizon Investments CIO Scott Ladner and Rosecliff Capital CEO Mike Murphy on ‘Word on Wall Street’ to unpack markets in light of May Consumer Price Index.
Evercore ISI senior managing director Mark Mahaney joins ‘Varney & Co’ to unpack the market.
Cryptocurrency prices were lower early Tuesday morning as the war in Ukraine has intensified and peace talks have stalled.
Cryptocurrency was mixed early Monday morning as bitcoin and dogecoin were lower, but ethereum was higher.
U.S. stocks were trending down early Tuesday as traders return to work following the long Martin Luther King holiday weekend.
U.S. equity futures were teetering around the break-even mark early Tuesday morning as anticipated action by the Federal Reserve in March and growing inflation continue to take its toll on American families.
U.S. equity futures are searching for direction early Monday after reaching fresh highs Friday and posting weekly gains after Labor Department data showed job growth rebounded in October following a summer slowdown.
U.S. equity futures were trading lower to early Tuesday as an off-year Election Day dawned with several important races to be decided around the country.
U.S. equity futures were inching higher early Monday morning as another week of earnings reports kicks off with 161 companies in the S&P 500 -- or about one-third of the benchmark index – scheduled to report their July-through-September results.
U.S. stocks were flat early Wednesday morning as earnings reports continued to exceed estimates.
U.S. equity futures are trading slightly higher, but continue to search for direction ahead of the Tuesday session on Wall Street.
U.S. equity futures were trading higher as a busy week for big-bank earnings winds down.
U.S. equity futures were trading higher ahead of the release of more third-quarter earnings from some of the biggest financial and health care heavyweights.
U.S. equity futures are searching for direction ahead of the Wednesday session on Wall Street.
U.S. equity futures were down sharply early Tuesday as investors continued to worry about slowing growth and mounting inflation, puncuated by a rally in oil prices Monday.
Stock investors trade cautiously ahead of jobs data.
U.S. equity futures were trading higher in a healthy turnaround after a morning marked by broad losses across sectors.
U.S. equity futures traded lower early Wednesday after rising Tuesday and following Monday’s tech-driven selloff, while supply-and-demand friction pushed energy prices to multiyear highs