No Relief for Federal Workers

It’s a roller coaster ride on Wall Street heading into the penultimate trading day of the year. U.S. stocks roared back to end in positive territory on Thursday after suffering steep losses for much of the session, and the same sentiment took place overnight, with...

GDP Data Delayed

Wednesday marked the biggest post-Christmas rally for U.S. stocks ever amid strong retail sales indications, surging oil prices and positive headlines from the White House. The DJIA jumped 1,086.25 points, or 4.98%, posting its largest single-day point gain in its...

Stock Markets Swoon

Traders returning from the holiday are sending U.S. futures higher following the Grinch’s appearance on Christmas Eve that continued the market meltdown. President Trump has since praised U.S. companies, saying, “they have record kinds of numbers. So I...

Wholesale Inflation Jumps

The Labor Department said vacancies edged lower to just over 7 million, according to the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey. The ranks of the unemployed was 6.08 million in October. One of the impacts of the recent midterm elections could be on gun stocks. Firearm...

Student Debt At Age 60

The number of women-owned businesses is on the rise. Four in 10 companies in the U.S. are now majority-owned, operated, and controlled by women, according to CNBC. The Wall Street Journal reported that US companies are raising prices on their products after years of...

A Surge In Stocks

Stocks end sharply higher yesterday, following closely watched midterm elections that saw Democrats take control of the House and Republicans retain their hold on the Senate.  The surge in stocks marks the best post-midterm election rally for the S&P 500 and Dow...