US stock futures trim gains on view bad news is good news — and vice versa

US stock futures trim gains on view bad news is good news — and vice versa

US stock futures trimmed early gains after a stronger-than-expected rise in durable-goods data partly offset expectations for a slowing economy that in turn could limit the magnitude of Federal Reserve rate hikes. What’s happening Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average YM00, +0.11% erased a triple-digit gain to remainup 23 points, or 0.1%, at 31,510. … Read more

Toyota Has More Bad News for Vehicle Owners

Toyota Has More Bad News for Vehicle Owners

Toyota Motor Corp. (TM) – Get Toyota Motor Corporation Report which launched its first US electric vehicle bZ4x in April, has had a run of bad luck over the past year. Despite rolling out its new all-electric vehicle to compete against Tesla (TSLA) – Get Tesla Inc. ReportFord (F) – Get Ford Motor Company ReportGeneral … Read more

Recession is challenging inflation as top fear among stock and bond investors

Recession is challenging inflation as top fear among stock and bond investors

It’s easy to want to duck for cover given the carnage seen this year in stocks and bonds, particularly with the Federal Reserve vowing to wage an unconditional battle against high inflation. While inflation running at a 40-year high still sits near the top of the list of worries for many investors, another potential bugaboo … Read more

There’s No Clear Sailing Ahead for Carnival: Here’s How to Play It

There's No Clear Sailing Ahead for Carnival: Here's How to Play It

Finally. What was that? Around 09:15 a.m. ET. Surprised Carnival Corp (CCL) didn’t wait until after the opening bell. One would immediately think that maybe the firm released their numbers so close to the opening bell in New York in order to try to fly under the radar as most traders, especially sales traders, are … Read more

Musk Cites Tesla Bankruptcy Fears, Wants You to Know Something Big

Musk Cites Tesla Bankruptcy Fears, Wants You to Know Something Big

Elon Musk wants to share some good news. The Tesla (TSLA) – Get Tesla Inc. Report CEO has been facing some challenges lately, including layoffs, lawsuits as a result of the layoffs and, according to the world’s richest man himself, concerns about bankruptcy. Musk said the electric vehicle maker faces billions of dollars in losses … Read more

More Companies Start to Rescind Job Offers

More Companies Start to Rescind Job Offers

Businesses in several different industries are rescinding job offers they made just a few months ago, in a sign the tightest labor market in decades may be showing cracks. Companies including Twitter Inc. real-estate brokerage Redfin Corp. and cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase Global Inc. have rescinded offers in recent weeks. Employers in other pockets of the … Read more

Elon Musk joins the growing chorus fearing a US recession. But there are stocks for that.

Elon Musk joins the growing chorus fearing a US recession.  But there are stocks for that.

Look out above, the dip buyers are back in town. Stocks are soaring — for now — as Wall Street returns from a long holiday weekend, with Fed Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testifying in front of Congress this week. The buying mood comes after the S&P 500’s worst week since March 2020, including its fall … Read more

JetBlue Lifts Offer for Spirit Airlines, Commits to Selling Assets

JetBlue Lifts Offer for Spirit Airlines, Commits to Selling Assets

JetBlue Airways Corp. JBLU 5.30% is continuing its quest to buy Spirit Airlines Inc., SAVE 2.11% increasing its offer and strengthening its commitment to divest itself of assets to get regulatory approval for the deal. JetBlue JBLU 5.30% on Monday increased its offer to $33.50 in cash per Spirit share. Previously, it had offered $31.50 … Read more

Stocks Historically Don’t Bottom Out Until the Fed Eases

Stocks Historically Don't Bottom Out Until the Fed Eases

Another week of whipsaw stock trading has many investors wondering how much farther markets will fall. Investors have often blamed the Federal Reserve for market routes. It turns out the Fed has often had a hand in market turnsarounds, too. Going back to 1950, the S&P 500 has sold off at least 15% on 17 … Read more