OPEC cuts oil demand forecasts again; spot prices shrug as contango deepens.
Jane Fraser’s ascension as Citigroup’s CEO answers a question many have had for years: When would the U.S. banking industry, dominated by men in leadership positions for decades, get its first female big bank CEO?
U.S. stocks are rising after their greatest decline in months, Congress is voting on a “skinny” version of a stimulus bill, and LVMH’s agreement to buy Tiffany’s at $16 billion is falling apart.
Nasdaq’s plunge, echoes of the dot-com crash, and a look at whether Softbank really is “The NASDAQ Whale”
Today, the PMI reading for August came out to be 56, up from 54.2 in July and above the median projection of 54.8, indicating the fastest rise in U.S. manufacturing since late 2018.
Copper’s new high, Tesla’s new equity offering, flatlining U.S. construction spending, credit card issuers’ tough choice ahead – and more.
Why has the VIX has been rising with the S&P 500? I asked Jason Buck and checked the charts to try and find an answer.
U.S. consumer spending is slowing, Prime Minister Abe resigning, market vol increasing, mega corps like Coca Cola shedding thousands of jobs, and the Paycheck Protection Program riddled with fraud
Fed Chair Jay Powell gave an official update to the Fed’s policy on inflation targeting. It was one of the most significant revamps in their policy strategy since 2012.
Are credit markets tightening? There’s some data that indicates that they are across almost all loan types.
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