October housing starts fell 2.8% to an annual rate of 1.009 million units due to a decline in apartment construction. WSJ’s Polya Lesova and Simon Constable discuss. Photo: Getty
With an unstable market and the Fed’s expected wind-down of it Quantitative Easing program, J.P. Morgan Private Bank’s Heather Loomis explains where investors can find opportunities. Photo: Getty
U.S. stocks tumbled to their lowest levels since mid-August, as investors retreated from risky assets amid growing worries about global growth. WSJ’s Steven Russolillo reports on the News Hub with Sara Murray.
Investors hoping to make a killing when Alibaba debuts its IPO should keep a few finer details in mind. The Intelligent Investor columnist Jason Zweig discusses on the News Hub with Sara Murray.
Marketwatch’s Chuck Jaffe points out as the calendar is just hitting the home stretch for the year, it’s time to recognize that virtually everyone who made calculated forecasts for 2014 was wrong. Photo: Andrew St. Clair for The Wall Street Journal.
Alibaba’s plan for a potentially record-breaking initial public offering is prompting other companies to push back their own stock-market debuts. Telis Demos joins MoneyBeat with Paul Vigna. Photo: Getty Images.
Marketwatch’s Charles Jaffe joins MoneyBeat and says that while Direxion’s new iBillionaire Index ETF (which opens Friday) sounds like a good idea, but investors might want to hold off on pressing the gas pedal.
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.