U.S. stocks tumbled after a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet near the Russia-Ukraine border rekindled worries about fighting in the region. WSJ’s Steven Russolillo joins the News Hub with Sara Murray.
The summer sales could apply to retail stocks which are cheap and undervalued, Jack Hough says in his Barron’s preview on the News Hub with Sara Murray.
Marketwatch’s Chuck Jaffe thinks Dow 17000 is just another number and attention on similar milestone marks draws attention away from larger issues.
A big ‘whoops’ caused a market hiccup earlier Monday when the Institute for Supply Management sent out incorrect figures for May manufacturing. Steve Russolillo joins the News Hub with details. Photo: AP.
Barron’s senior editor Jack Hough joins the News Hub with a preview of Barron’s magazine.
When ECB chief Mario Draghi complained Saturday that the strong euro is depressing the price of imported goods, feeding deflation and hurting weaker euro-zone countries, the market impact has been virtually indiscernible. Michael Casey joins MoneyBeat. Photo: AP.
A month after a firestorm erupted over Newsweek’s claim that it “unmasked” the creator of bitcoin, a U.K. university has released a new study that points to a different candidate. Michael Casey joins MoneyBeat.
Barron’s Senior Editor Jack Hough points out the skies could be friendly to investors when it comes to Air Canada stock, which he says has a 40% upside.
The battle for viewership has transformed the media landscape over the past decade. New data from the Interactive Advertising Bureau shows digital advertising is beating out its traditional broadcast counterpart. David Williams, chairman and CEO of marketing company Merkle, joins MoneyBeat.
The Nasdaq Composite Index tumbled toward its steepest one-day slide in almost 2½ years as investors resumed selling risky biotechnology and smaller technology smaller technology stocks after a two-session reprieve. MoneyBeat’s Steven Russolillo explains why on the News Hub.
Wall Street opened the week on a down note with a global sell-off continuing to follow last Friday’s decline. Steve Wood, chief market strategist at Russell Investments North America, joins the News Hub. Photo: Getty Images.
Crude looks likely to drop 25%. That’s bad news for Russian President Vladimir Putin. Senior editor Jack Hough previews the latest issue of Barron’s Magazine. Photo: Getty Images.