Brexit trade negotiations are down to the wire this week. Even if the U.K. and European Union strike an accord, it won’t cover Britain’s most valuable industry, and one coveted by the EU: finance.
Economists estimate that employers added 469,000 jobs in November
Boeing has signed its first order for 737 MAX jets since the Federal Aviation Administration cleared the planes to fly again last month, the company announced Thursday.
Bentley CEO Adrian Hallmark said the company is ready to fly body parts from Germany to the U.K. in the event that a disorderly Brexit causes supply issues.
The S&P 500 index hit an all-time high Wednesday for a second straight record close
Facebook's Independent Oversight Board has announced the first six cases that it plans to review.
Traders will digest the first of this week's employment-related reports with the ADP report on private sector jobs
The Dow is up roughly 60% from its March low
Infectious disease expert Dr. Amesh Adalja weighs in on the coronavirus vaccine race.
AstraZeneca Executive Vice President and AstraZeneca BioPharmaceuticals President Ruud Dobber provides insight into the effectiveness and the timeline of his company’s coronavirus vaccine.
On Wall Street on Thursday, the S&P 500 rose 0.4% after spending much of the day flipping between small losses and gains
Investors will also get to digest reports on manufacturing and housing
The European Commission wants to reach a deal with Moderna Inc. for the supply of millions of doses of its COVID-19 vaccine candidate for a price below $25 per dose
U.K. Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage discusses Boris Johnson’s choice to self-isolate, U.K.’s one-month lockdown.
Traders will be focusing on producer prices and consumer sentiment reports
Traders will dissect the latest data on jobless claims and consumer prices
European Central Bank head Christine Lagarde warned Wednesday that the economy could face a “bumpy,” “stop-start” recovery despite good news about vaccine development.
While the rotation to stocks tied to the economy ‘makes sense,’ investors should ‘make sure that they are investing in companies that can survive the journey,’ Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic adviser at Allianz, says.
The move follows Pfizer's announcement on Monday that its experimental vaccine developed with BioNTech was more than 90% effective.
The Dow Industrials are eyeing a third straight day of gains