Barron's Roundtable shares their insight on the health of the housing market amid the coronavirus pandemic, whether the trend of Millennials vacating major cities for the suburbs is here to stay and review companies benefiting from the housing sector's strength.
Real-estate expert Don Peebles says he doesn't think workers are going to go back to large office spaces until the second quarter of 2021 and expresses his concern over the hotel industry where he anticipates foreclosures and possible mergers. But, in the face of this, he did say the commercial real estate sector in the suburbs is thriving.
Rep. Matt Cartwright, D-Pa., says he wants to hear about rebuilding the country and infrastructure investment from presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden in his Thursday night speech at the Democratic National Convention.
Former hedge-fund manager James Altucher explains why he thinks New York City will not recover fully from coronavirus lockdowns, including businesses going out of business and major employers allowing their employees to work remotely indefinitely.
National Retail Federation president and CEO Matthew Shay says consumer confidence is still extremely high, despite the pandemic, and he's encouraged to see growth as the economy continues to reopen.
Dream Hotel Group CEO Jay Stein outlines how his hotels fared during coronavirus lockdowns and what procedures they've implemented in order to adhere to CDC guidelines.
President Trump speaks exclusively to FOX Business' Maria Bartiromo in a wide-ranging interview on Kamala Harris, what the economy will do if Joe Biden wins the presidential election, not believing the polls, Biden's promise to raise taxes, the economy before coronavirus hit, the breakdown on coronavirus stimulus plan negotiations, the threat of fraud in mail-in voting, the importance of voter ID, making trade deals in Europe, how his views of China have changed, the security threat of TikTok and WeChat, what his plans are in his second term, the importance of school choice and what he's accomplished during his first term.
President Trump is expected to deliver remarks on how the U.S. is achieving energy dominance by cutting regulations, simplifying permitting, and encouraging private investment in energy infrastructure.
President Trump says for every regulation cut, more money and power is being put into the hands of the American people.
Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee weighs in on the Trump administration’s infrastructure plans and President Trump’s re-election campaign, which may be pivoting its message in response to recent polling.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler gives details on the Trump administration’s plan to cut red tape and decrease regulations surrounding infrastructure.
President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that his administration is overhauling the 50-year-old National Environmental Policy Act to speed up the approval process for major infrastructure projects like highways and pipelines.
Freedomworks economist Steve Moore says President Trump ran for president on the promise of improving America's infrastructure and believes it's a critical move to get him re-elected.
President Trump says his administration’s actions on infrastructure are part of a commitment to ‘slashing the web of needless bureaucracy.’
President Trump says his administration has completed a historic ‘top-to-bottom overhaul’ of the infrastructure approval process.
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden addresses Wall Street's worries, saying if he gets elected, he'll raise salaries, increase infrastructure work and grow the economy.
American Petroleum Institute President and CEO Mike Sommers says the energy industry is concerned about activist judges standing in the way of U.S. energy independence.
Democrats hailed the House bill, which goes far beyond transportation to fund schools, health care facilities, public utilities and affordable housing.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai says Huawei and ZTE have close ties to the Chinese Communist party and that this decision sends a signal that any attempt by any company to compromise the United States' security networks will not be tolerated.
Telecom analyst and founding partner of MoffettNathanson LLC Craig Moffett discusses the risk of relying on Huawei and says there aren’t always ways to generate revenue to support all the capital investment needed to build 5G networks.