With a Wall Street Journal report saying the mortgage market is starting to reopen to more risky borrowers, some experts are concerned we could be on the brink of another financial crisis.
Payden and Rygel Chief Economist, Jeffrey Cleveland, discusses the significance of a yield curve inversion and economic fundamentals.
On Wednesday, for the first time ever, the German government sold 30-year bonds at a negative interest rate.
Milken Institute Chief Economist, William Lee, discusses his outlook for the economy.
The minutes from the policymaker's July meeting showed a split over whether to cut rates.
Optimal Capital Director of Strategy, Frances Newton Stacy, on the Federal Reserve, the state of the markets and the outlook for the U.S. economy.
Other sectors giving major equity averages a boost were trade-sensitive technology companies and energy corporations.
Apple-Metro CEO Zane Tankel gives his take on the U.S. economy and the inverted yield curve last week.
Cresset Wealth Management’s Jack Ablin discusses the recent concerns over a U.S. recession and gives his thoughts on conscious capitalism.
Scott Shellady, of The Cow Guy Group at Marex Solutions, points out U.S. economic strength and the irrelevance of inverted bond yields curves.
The yield on the 10-year Treasury bond slipped to 1.55 percent, a signal that some investors were seeking the safety of government debt.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Monday morning on FOX Business that the U.S. government will extend a reprieve given to Huawei Technologies that permits the Chinese firm to buy supplies from U.S. companies so that it can service existing customers.
NatAlliance global fixed income head Andy Brenner on the economic concerns in Europe.
William Foster, Moody’s Vice President, says 70 percent of the economy is based on consumption.
Payne Capital Management President Ryan Payne on the outlook for stocks.
Shares of big industrial corporations led the day's gainers, while the yield on the 10-year Treasury jumped off historic lows.
'I think it’s the biggest bubble we’ve had in a market since the '97, '98, '99 bull market in stocks.'
First Trust Advisors chief Economist Brian Wesbury discusses his outlook for the bond market.
Former Texas Rep. Ron Paul on the Federal Reserve’s involvement in inverted yield curve, government spending, and alternative currencies.
The stock market is on “borrowed time” now that the yield curve has inverted, but there are still some big gains that can be made.