The Biden administration is preparing to deploy troops and equipment to Eastern Europe and the Baltics to counter Russia’s threat to Ukraine,
Cryptocurrencies are crashing, stocks are tanking, bonds are rallying, and central banks are diverging.
The commodity “super cycle” chorus will only get louder with crude oil touching eight-year highs, nickel reaching levels not seen in a decade,
U.S. equity indexes bounced between “green” and “red” today, reflecting investor uncertainty amid a spike in volatility.
Bond yields rose across the curve Tuesday and stocks sank, as investors began to price in the potential impact of as many as four Federal Rese
U.S. retail sales fell in December as surging prices hit consumer spending.
In today’s volatile trading environment, charts can be a clear way to make investment decisions.
December’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose by 7% year-over-year, the biggest jump since 1982.
During a hearing for his re-confirmation as Fed Chair, Jerome Powell said the central bank will work to relieve inflationary pressures in the
Goldman Sachs expects a more aggressive Fed this year with four interest rate hikes on the horizon in an effort to to tame inflation.
Non-farm payrolls in the U.S. rose by 199,000 in December, which pales in comparison to the original estimate of 422,000.
On Wednesday, the S&P 500 fell 1.9%—the worst single-day decline in 11 months and the worst start to a year since 2008.
OPEC+ has agreed to increase its oil production by 400,000 barrels per day in February as it is believed that Omicron will not have a detrimen
Alfonso Peccatiello, the author of the Macro Compass, shares his outlook on 2022 on the first trading day of the year, which saw the S&P 5