Here's my take on the details of the jobs report -- and what the next few months might bring.
ADP's Wednesday report and the end of the lockdown employment rebound leave us with underlying trends that appear ugly.
How can the S&P 500 be trading at its December levels, when there are tens of millions more Americans out of work now compared with then?
At the start of the coronavirus crisis, lockdowns were driving layoffs, but now weak demand is leading to job losses -- here's what that means.
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I've seen the market play out like this hundreds of times before, but now the 'Day Three' folks on Twitter want to separate you from your cash -- here's why they're wrong.
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The reopening -- a careful and well-planned one -- looks more likely to move America back in the right direction: a 'V'-shaped recovery.
Unemployment and buying news put a damper on the action, but it is Amazon and Apple earnings that will determine short-term sentiment.
As testing expands, drug trials proceed and tech greats are providing a tracking app, I think we're inching toward going back to work -- and further away from going so low again.