Shakespeare seemingly could have written the script regarding the U.S.-China trade drama.
This is a market that is tired of the China trade issue and is looking to move on.
The former president of the New York Fed acknowledges that the nation's debt is a big issue but says he doesn't know when it may come to a head.
The unlikely resolution of our trade differences with China is only one of the many challenges facing investors.
The indices are vulnerable so it will be more important than usual to focus on the underlying action.
These people have no idea what is happening with the U.S. economy. It is that simple.
Hate Trump or like Trump, the economy does respond to a lower Fed funds rate.
Here's my take on the Federal Reserve's expanded balance sheet, the Labor Department's jobs survey, and Fed's September meeting minutes.
Plus, pining for the days of thoughtful price discovery in the markets.
Market players feel a trade deal with China is increasingly unlikely, and they appeared largely unmoved by Fed comments on Tuesday about buying Treasury bonds.