|Gold •10 mins||1,707.20||+5.20||+0.31%|
|Platinum •10 mins||900.40||+0.30||+0.03%|
|WTI Crude •11 mins||83.62||-0.01||-0.01%|
|Gasoline •13 mins||2.528||+0.016||+0.62%|
|Ethanol •3 hours||2.161||+0.000||+0.00%|
|Silver •10 mins||20.77||+0.18||+0.85%|
|Silver • 10 mins||20.77||+0.18||+0.85%|
|Copper • 10 mins||3.418||+0.008||+0.22%|
|Brent Crude • 10 mins||89.06||+0.20||+0.23%|
|Natural Gas • 10 mins||6.524||+0.054||+0.83%|
|Heating Oil • 12 mins||3.369||-0.000||-0.01%|
The reopening failed, and coronavirus cases are once again soaring, even if Vice President Pence is encouraging the media to focus on the positive details.
There’s nothing like a global pandemic to put fashion into perspective
In April, US banks took in $865 billion in cash deposits, and since January, they’ve taken in $2 trillion.
The new moratorium for borrowers with mortgages backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac runs until at least the end of August,
U.S. states are now open again for business, but the lines outside of places like TJMaxx might be misleading.
Equity markets are flying, emerging markets are up, bond yields are creeping ever so slightly higher, credit is doing just fine
Even though the US economy is gradually reopening, millions of Americans are still suffering financially, with more than 40 million people having filed for unemployment,
The U.S. government and Federal Reserve can’t pump this much money into the financial system and not trigger rapid inflation—and potentially even hyperinflation
Current data released for the May Real Estate and Consumer Spending activity suggests a wave of refinancing is taking place – and not much else.
Over the past ten weeks, over 40 million Americans have applied for unemployment benefits