U.S. equities futures were flat Wednesday morning after the market staged a big midday reversal on Tuesday, with falling bond yields giving a boost to growth stocks, and ahead of a batch of economic data.
Oil prices tumbled Tuesday with the U.S. benchmark falling below $100 as recession fears grow, sparking fears that an economic slowdown will cut demand for petroleum products.
Travelers wondering what it’s like to visit Thailand now may be interested to know the country is “allowing almost everything” again.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 321.83 points, or 1.1%, to 31,097.26. The S&P 500 rose 1.1% to 3,825.33. The Nasdaq Composite was also up by 0.9% to 11,127.85.
A widely followed consumer sentiment survey released Friday showed inflation expectations have eased slightly.
Federal Reserve officials rolled out strong language Friday to describe their approach to inflation, promising a full-fledged effort to restore price stability.
The United Kingdom has a jobs problem. There just aren't enough workers to keep its economy moving forward, and many employees are growing angry about inflation taking a large bite out of their paychecks.
U.S. recession isn’t ‘inevitable,’ but inflation is ‘unacceptably high,’ Treasury Secretary Yellen says
The recession that many Americans fear is coming is not “at all imminent,” Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Sunday.
People still appear willing to shell out to travel, go to the movies and have a drink or two, even as surging prices and fears of a recession have them pulling back in other areas.
Complaints around the Fed have a familiar tone, with economists, market strategists and business leaders weighing in on what they feel is a series of policy mistakes.
Brex, the Silicon Valley lender to start-ups, is dropping tens of thousands of small business customers to focus on bigger venture-backed clients, according to co-founder Henrique Dubugras.