Tag: yield curve

Broadly, the US economy has grown consistently in the last decade, which has contributed significantly to the banking sector’s growth during this period.

Tech stocks have been massive wealth creators over the years. For 2020, you should look to Amazon, Alibaba, and Autodesk. Here's why.

In August, JPMorgan Chase (JPM) and Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAC) suggested that investors not buy just yet. Their opinions are now changing.

According to Jim Cramer, the recession could put President Trump’s reelection prospects in danger. The benchmark Treasury yields fell on Tuesday.

Gold closed at $1,541 per ounce yesterday. Despite Trump's reassurances that trade talks are progressing, bond markets seem to be preparing for a recession.

Apple (AAPL) investors have had a roller coaster week. Apple stock has lost just under 2% in a week, ending on August 23, 2019.

You’ve likely heard about it in the financial press recently: this ominous, notorious thing called the "yield curve inversion."

JPMorgan Chase suggests waiting until September before returning to stocks. The markets will likely make new all-time highs in the first half of 2020.

On August 15, in an interview with CNBC, Mark Zandi said that the trade war hurts the US economy. The trade war has a negative impact on certain sectors.

The yield curve inverted yesterday, driving markets down. The DJIA fell 800 points yesterday—its worst performance in 2019—on fears of a looming recession.