The Dow Jones rallied on Wednesday as investors shrugged off a potentially seismic shift in the U.S. trading relationship with Hong Kong and China.
Pay cuts are a solution to preserving jobs, but they could delay economic recovery and impact the stock market.
Plunging technology stocks weighed on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Wednesday morning. Negative virus headlines added fuel to the fire.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average zoomed back above 25,000 on Wednesday, and this time, the rally looks like it is for real.
The Dow Jones soared on Tuesday as stock market bulls gambled that Trump wouldn't get tough on China for fear of harming his reelection bid.
The stock market is trading as if a V-shaped recovery were a certainty when in fact it's very unlikely.
The post The Writing Is on the Wall for a Stock Market Crash. Can Investors Read? appeared first on CCN.com
Two dire warnings from the Fed and the WHO on the coronavirus failed to upset the Dow Jones as it rallied more than 300 points today.
The post The Dow Is Rallying Because Wall Street Won’t Listen to the Fed appeared first on CCN.com