Chinese markets plunged on Monday but not as much as feared, as the country cushioned the blow with measures to stabilize the economy. See full story.
Markets in mainland China plunge after layoff, but not as much as feared
Markets in mainland China plunged early Monday, on their first day of trading since an extended Lunar New Year holiday that coincided with the rapid spread of the coronavirus outbreak. See full story.
Oil stocks are the new tobacco, in ‘death knell phase,’ says Jim Cramer
CNBC’s Jim Cramer says is a sentiment shift for oil stocks is not fleeting. He compares the situation to the upending of consumer habits and regulations that changed the tobacco companies forever. See full story.
Bernie Sanders’ surge in the polls could hit the S&P 500 with Iowa Caucus vote due this week, analysts warn
Recent U.S. stock market volatility could be taste of what’s to come if Sanders’ star continues to rise ahead of the 2020 presidential election, analysts told MarketWatch See full story.
Chiefs win, but here’s what the Super Bowl ‘Predictor’ sees for stocks in 2020
Basing investment decisions on a football game is a good way to get sacked, writes Mark Hulbert. See full story.
Shareholders must ensure that management builds employee morale and a company’s value, writes Ann Skeet. See full story.