5 things to know before the stock market opens Tuesday, May 24

Here are the top news, trends and analysis that investors need to start their trading day: 1. The Dow was poised to give up some surprising rally on Monday A screen displays a Federal Reserve rate announcement as a trader works inside a flyer on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in … Read more

Why China is likely to recover more slowly from the latest COVID shock

As Shanghai tries to reopen businesses, the downtown area over the weekend prevented residents from leaving their apartment complexes again for mass virus testing. Pictured here, in another area on May 21, 2022, there is a line outside a mall. What is Kikia | China Optical Group | Getty Images BEIJING – Many economists predict … Read more

Bear market raises fears of recession

concerns about a Recession On the rise like the stock market stumble In some hairy areas. On Friday, the S&P 500 briefly entered a bearish trend Market Zone, a term meaning that the index has fallen at least 20% from its recent high. After recovering slightly on Friday afternoon, the S&P 500 is down less … Read more

Sit down the next few months, these analysts say. Recession is inevitable.

font size American flags outside the New York Stock Exchange in New York. Michael Nagel/Bloomberg The Standard & Poor’s 500 It came close to ending Friday’s session in a bear market, which quickly intensified the debate over whether or not the market took place. bottomor if it is just preparing to hibernate as recession fears … Read more

With “worthless” in cryptocurrency, ECB Lagarde renews calls for regulation

font size Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank (Photo by DANIEL ROLAND/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde reiterated her concerns about cryptocurrencies and her desire for regulation. “My very humble estimate is that it is nothing, is nothing, and there are no fundamental assets to act as a safety … Read more

Experts say a profit stagnation is growing. Hide the money.

If there is one person who is not shocked by the colossal errors in Big Retailer Results Last week, it was our friend Stephanie Bomboy who heads up the corporate economic consultancy MacroMavens. Although she has been dealing with a (happily) mild case of Covid-19, she is still severe and stinging, as she always has … Read more

The CEO of the world’s second largest alternatives company is optimistic about a mild recession

(Click here To sign up for the Alpha Delivery newsletter.) Over the past two decades, Bruce Flatt has served as CEO of Brookfield Asset Management, to become the second largest alternatives company in the world. He oversees more than $725 billion in assets covering a diversified portfolio comprising of real estate, private equity, infrastructure, energy … Read more

Fuel is a problem for business and consumers – why prices are so high

A sign displays gas prices at a gas station on May 10, 2022 in San Mateo County, California. Liu Guangan | China News Service | Getty Images It’s impossible to overlook the skyrocketing price of gasoline and right in the head of consumers’ minds as big billboards advertise that gas is now $4, $5 and … Read more

What does that mean for investors as the pair approaches parity?

A statue of the Euro stands in front of the former European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany, on Sunday, July 3, 2016. Christian Boxey | Bloomberg | Getty Images The euro approaching parity with U.S. dollar For the first time in 20 years, currency strategists are divided over whether it will get there, and … Read more

Gasoline could hit $5 a gallon this summer, causing more pain for consumers

Current gasoline prices are shown in Garden Grove, California, March 29, 2022. Mike Blake | Reuters Gasoline prices are an alternative ticket to consumers’ wallets this summer, as supply shortages and uncertainty in Ukraine could drive up fuel costs sharply. Gasoline prices are up around $5, and look like they’ll stay high even after the … Read more