The Hang Seng index remains vulnerable to political and social pressures as mass protests are planned for Wednesday in response to increasing interference from China
The Dow Jones Index remains higher after The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index printed 86.6 for May, stabilizing the index from its sharp drop in the months prior.
The ISM NMI dropped to a 2009 low for this past April. Despite the troubling economic data print, the US Dollar pushed higher after the report crossed the wires.
Copper prices continue to face pressure amid the coronavirus pandemic, but a recovery appears likely, should the recent IMF projection calling for a sharp economic recovery in China come to pass
The S&P 500 Index finished over 3 percent higher Tuesday after JP Morgan and Wells Fargo reported weak earnings and massive reserve builds as they anticipate weak economic conditions in the months …
The Dow Jones Index opened higher this morning despite a grim economic outlook report from the IMF showing a recession likely worse than the 2008 fiscal crisis
ISM manufacturing data for March crossed the wires at 49.1 percent marking the worst print since 2009 as covid-19 continues to shutdown the US economy
Consumer confidence data shows that Covid-19 is taking its toll on the US consumer’s outlook as the index drops to the lowest level since July of 2017Consumer Confidence Sinks to Lowest Level Since…