Surprising even his own staff, the U.S. president overshadowed the launch of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity.
Markets now have a new reversal to think about, but I think I have to be convinced before I can believe.
On his first Asia spin as president, Joe Biden will find a surprisingly warm welcome, and is due to launch an economic framework for US-Asia relations.
Oil has a war and inflation hedge premium, but those aren't permanent.
If Elon Musk proceeds to buy Twitter, he would surely face censorship pressure stemming from Tesla's Shanghai factory, as Steve Wynn's experience shows.
A new study suggests 1.55 million people could die if China abandons zero-Covid, with the intensive-care system needing 15.6 times existing capacity.
Beijing's hand-picked candidate, John Lee, takes over as head of Hong Kong, which continues to bleed emigrants and stock market red ink.
Bongbong Marcos has operated almost exclusively through social media during his campaign, calling for 'unity' and glossing over his father's dictatorship.
The trillion-dollar question for bears and bulls alike is to what degree the market already has discounted an expected Fed interest rate hike.
Here we'll hash out the differences among cannabis players and see high how Roundhill Investment's The Cannabis ETF can go.
The market roared, but the pros did not tag along in size. They either have to catch up, or they are just not coming.
We are in the early stages of massive spending in the energy group.
The yield curve certainly signals the U.S. economy will have to pass through troubled waters over the medium to even long-term, but it also signals outright economic contraction remains tomorrow's problem, not today's.
Durable economic trends are generating strong demand for the company's products. Here's what's in play.
Intrigued by the wild swings in many of these stocks? Caution is warranted.
Plus, the average rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage has risen above 4%, so what will that do to the housing market?
Here's what to do for now.
The Nasdaq Composite suffered a 'death cross' back in mid-February and what happened after that is now clear to see.
It is highly likely markets are heavily underestimating second- and third-order effects from Russia's invasion and the world's response to it.
The trillion-dollar question is to what degree the negative news already has been priced into the market.
Our job isn't to try to guess how international events may play out. Our job is to navigate the price action.
Let's tackle several questions about how the invasion of Ukraine adds to uncertainty over rising energy costs here and in Europe, increasing inflation, recession risks and more.
There are fantastic opportunities developing, but the fundamentals are meaningless right now.
I see a rare attractive technical setup in this pharma name.
The great challenge for market participants right now is that there is no safety in individual stocks.
We are dealing with the next stage now when the cost of the battle is becoming more apparent.
The only things missing are the bell bottoms and the Eagles.
With a madman on the loose conducting a ludicrous war, this is a time for less risk, not more.
Was Russia's attack upon a Ukrainian nuclear power plant shockingly reckless or shockingly calculated?
The big concern is that there is no way to know how much damage Putin is willing to create to accomplish his goal of seizing Ukraine.