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Barron’s editor Jack Hough previews the Barron’s issue which has features on the bad news about unemployment and the new space race. He joins the News Hub with Sara Murray.
Going against the crowd now could yield investors better returns when the market turns , Jack Hough says in his Barron’s preview on the News Hub with Sara Murray.
It’s been almost 2,000 days since President Obama took office, and MarketWatch’s Tom Bemis looks at the stock market’s performance during the president’s tenure to this point and how it compares with past presidents. (Photo: Getty Images)
The May jobs report showed unemployment standing at 6.3%. But could a 5% rate be in the offing? Jeffrey Stibel, Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. CEO, joins the News Hub. Photo: Getty Images.
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.
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.
Analysis of the FOMC minutes including key takeaways, the role of the Fed and why initial jobless claims tell us next to nothing about the economy. TKTKTK Jeffrey Cleveland discusses. Photo: Getty.
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.
Gold miners have been a dull investment for years, but with gold prices rising and miner recalibrating their strategies, mining stocks are looking up. Heard on the Street’s Liam Denning joins MoneyBeat.
This morning’s consumer-sentiment report showed sentiment was weaker than expected in March. Does that mean anything for stocks? Not as much as you might think. Spencer Jakab explains on MoneyBeat.
The S hit fresh highs on the heels of the five-year anniversary for the Dow’s bull market run. But MarketWatch’s Chuck Jaffe warns that investors shouldn’t forget how they felt five years ago. Photo: AP.