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The U.S. evacuation of Kabul is not really a market story, but it is deeply embarrassing, and an obvious weight upon sentiment.
Do you know any business leaders? None of them are going to like the idea of higher corporate taxes. None of them.
Tuesday was a quirky sort of day that came ahead of the FOMC policy decision set for this (Wednesday) afternoon.
Let's be clear. The virus is the problem, and the economy will contract, perhaps significantly so, regardless of policy efforts made to counteract this reality.
Third quarter earnings season is down to the really nitty gritty. That said, there are still quite a few well known (to the public) retailers set to bring up the rear.
China honors November 11 with an e-commerce extravaganza due to set one-day sales records. However, China's stock markets take a hit due to Hong Kong 'hitch.'
Plus, defense contractors remain stocks to own as geopolitical risk isn't going away.
There is no denying that markets got ugly over the last 30 minutes or so of the Thursday session.
Stocks to buy on this volatile global macro environment, and what needs to change to avoid a recession.
FedEx's falling out of favor in China over the Huawei delivery issue could open the door to its foes.
China is almost out of ammo in the trade war. To us, that might look like we are close to a solution. Don't bet on it.
National security is job one. Cutting a nice deal with China that benefits both sides must come second.
Consolidation is driving growth in the semis, but tech-led strength is never a bad thing.
ZTO Express was upgraded on Friday to a buy by TheStreet.com's quantitative service.
While the move higher for crude prices late Tuesday took the energy sector with it, defense and aerospace names saw benefit as well.
And in the heart of the order lies the semiconductor industry. Nothing happens without these guys.
You call that an online sale? Singles' Day in China dwarves Cyber Monday, with China's largest e-commerce company doing more than double in one day what all U.S. retailers sell over the entire Thanksgiving weekend. Here are the stocks to own to capitalize on Asia's e-commerce boom.