The second quarter will be interesting, but China's equity market does not look as tempting now as it did back in January before China injected a ton of liquidity into its system.
Fashion may be a fickle beast for stock prices, but solid, high-yielding dividend coverage is a buy every time.
The global denim jeans market in the U.S. is set to grow from $66 billion in 2018 to over $85 billion in 2025.
The trend could well sustain growth for years to come as more women flock to denim products.
The EU is on the ropes. The economy there is in flames.
With any China deal, there must be a clear and verifiable method of enforcing compliance.
The consumer is alive, well, and might benefit from a thaw with China and easy to get jobs. So would Boeing and Caterpillar.
My trade idea? Buy NIO.
Tesla stock is encountering some turbulence on Thursday.
I am upping my Apple price target.
The semiconductor sector surge could send some standby industrial stocks higher with it.
Asia, outside China, is going to have to stand on its own two feet while China and the United States get their complicated dance partnership sorted out.
Crypto could be carrying, rather than crashing semi stocks once again.
Anything that puts either side (U.S., China) at a tactical disadvantage in the air, on land or sea, or even in space... will be walked away from.
Reports of a smartphone market recovery from Taiwan Semiconductor is taking the sector higher.
Apple's news and magazine subscription service reportedly amassed over 200,000 subscribers in its first 48 hours.
The Japanese people are looking forward with optimism to the Reiwa age.
It seems the bond market has taken a very pessimistic stance on any recovery happening.
With both the Fed and PBC providing cheap capital, the market has a wind at its back.
The talks have done nothing to disrupt the headstrong rally in Chinese stocks that has run all year.
As a trader, I very well may participate in Lyft stock. As an investor? No thank you.
Lululemon is by no means an inexpensive stock. As such, it will need to leverage the areas it has not yet saturated to keep the market appeased.
China negotiations resume today and the potential for weekend news is high.
The tech giant makes up such a large part of the Korean stock index that its woes can't help but be a drag on the market as a whole.
Right now it is time for some patience and vigilance.
With the Mueller cloud removed from the most pro-business administration in recent U.S. history, the focus should simply be found in these two words...what now?
A slowdown in the company's home region seems to have superseded strong sales elsewhere.
While it is in the best interests of all producers to cut the supply glut for prices, that's not always the way things shake out.
The Fed needs to buy short-term paper RIGHT NOW, and sell off longer-term paper.
And now we need a trade deal with China.