With just about a week left until the next Federal Open Market Committee’s policy-setting meeting, President Trump strongly urged that the central bank cut interest rates in a series of tweets Monday morning.
Investors will get a pulse of the current state of the transportation industry when Kansas City Southern reports quarterly results ahead of the opening bell on Friday.
Social media giant Facebook heads to Capitol Hill Tuesday and will face lawmakers for two days of testimony about its proposed cryptocurrency project.
Amazon's fifth annual Prime Day is gearing up to be another record-breaking event, but it doesn't necessarily deliver outsized returns for investors.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell takes the hot seat for the second day, and Delta Air Lines will deliver quarterly financial results on a busy Thursday.
Wednesday is gearing up to be a big day for the Federal Reserve, as Fed Chair Jerome Powell heads to Capitol Hill, and the Fed releases its meeting minutes.
While the headwinds certainly exist, the U.S. economy is in better shape than people are giving it credit for, and thus, the backdrop for the market looks positive, according to LPL Financial’s Senior Market Strategist Ryan Detrick.
The market will face its moment of truth this week when Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testifies before Congress and the FOMC releases its June meeting minutes.
U.S. job cuts in the first half of this year are at its highest total in a decade, according to a new report from Challenger Gray & Christmas.
Job growth in the U.S. private sector slowed again during the month of June, according to a new report from ADP Research Institute and Moody’s.
Wednesday’s trading session will be shortened in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Investors will turn their focus to the ADP’s June employment report.
This week will be a shortened week due to the Independence Day holiday; however, investors will be focused on the critical economic data to be released such as the June jobs report.