Friday’s jobs report likely leaves Federal Reserve officials in a “watchful waiting” mode as they consider whether to lift short-term interest rates at their next policy meeting in March.
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio and his presumed heir apparent, Greg Jensen, called for dueling votes about each other’s conduct at the world’s largest hedge fund, which manages $154 billion.
U.S. stocks declined broadly Friday, led by a rout in technology shares, capping a week that highlighted investors’ concerns about tepid economic growth.
Mining stocks, the market’s punching bag of 2015, are the darlings of 2016—so far. The question for investors however, is whether the rally is what traders call a “bull trap”—a brief bounce before another dive into the red.
ArcelorMittal, the world’s biggest steelmaker, is shoring up its balance sheet to ride out the storm in the global steel sector.
With no more fillip from a cheapening yen, Toyota will need to show real sources of profit growth.
Weak manufacturing activity casts a cloud over Friday’s jobs report.
The divergent performance of Viacom and CBS mean the former’s new chairman has more to prove.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals International shares held up through a congressional grilling. But worries for the stock aren’t over.
The Federal Reserve could clear the air by taking a March rate increase completely off the table. But that is easier said than done.