Trump and Fed Chair Powell are loving the shale revolution.
Trade rumors are rampant but the facts will prevail says Navarro.
Investors took a breather on Tuesday.
All three indexes set records on Monday.
Inverse condemnation, says if a power company's equipment starts a fire, it is responsible for paying property damages.
This U.S. president made American fragrance company Caswell-Massey a legacy brand.
China's economic growth sank to a new multi-decade low in the latest quarter as a trade war with Washington deepened a slump that is weighing on the global economy.
Global markets largely brushed off more disconcerting economic signals from China, which on Friday reported that its economy grew at its slowest pace in 26 years last quarter.
The primary concern to the public was unhealthy air quality caused by hazardous particulates spewing from the fire.
"Thumb-sucking has not cut the Heinz mustard during the Great Bull Market of 2009-2019," David Rolfe wrote in a letter to clients.
China's trade with the United States fell by double digits again in September.
Producers are trying to find ways to get the job done, but it comes at a cost.
The move follows drone and missile strikes on Saudi oil facilities that roiled global energy markets.
The stories moving the markets and shaking up the world.
Citi says gold could top $2,000 an ounce amid low interest rates and recession worries.
China and Russia are loading up on gold.
Oil futures declined Friday after a report that Russia produced more than it was expected to in August.
BP is ditching Alaska, others may follow suit.
Another session of volatility rocks stocks.
Feeding fears of a global recession was a report that Chinese industrial production was climbing at its weakest rate in 17 years and Germany’s economy -- Europe’s strongest -- was actually shrinking.