Europe’s economy and the Brexit effect
How is the European Union’s economy weathering the uncertainty over Brexit? London-based economist Robert Lind identifies the issues both European and British companies are facing and touches on the political undercurrents that are complicating a swift resolution.
Shilling: Consumers Aside - US Economy in Recession
Gary Shilling, economist and President of A. Gary Shilling & Co., examines the economic and investment landscape as we head into year-end. Ahead of an election year in the U.S. the headwinds and tailwinds are scrutinized with a look at the American consumer and a quick glance at century bonds.
Kevin O'Leary Live on LinkedIn with Asset TV
Kevin O'Leary, ABC Shark Tank star and Chairman of O'Leary Ventures, joins Asset TV live on LinkedIn for a discussion about investing in watches, wine, and companies led by women. During this 45-minute conversation, he also covers politics, the economy, big tech, the trade war, and entrepreneurship.
Markets Eye Record Highs Ahead of Fed
U.S. stocks touched record highs ahead of the October Federal Reserve rate announcement. Amid uncertainty over global growth and the U.S.-China trade war, expectations of easier monetary policy from the Fed has supported the broader market.
Halloween Is Coming... Should Wall Street Be Afraid of a Recession?
Should Wall Street be afraid of a recession? The Morgan Stanley Global Investment Committee puts odds of a recession at 50/50. In this View From the Floor, we share new reports on this topic, including analysis from Invesco about five market factors spooking investors heading into Halloween.
Is the U.S. Facing a Recession?
We discuss the odds of a recession with Jodie Gunzberg, Managing Director and Chief Investment Strategist at Graystone Consulting, A Business of Morgan Stanley. She shares her in-depth analysis of markets, breaks down the latest economic data, and explains why she thinks jobs will be the key recession factor.
S&P 500 Eyes Record Amid Mixed Earnings and Risks
As earnings season continues in earnest this week, concerns over trade and geopolitics linger. All eyes are on corporate forecasts and economic data ahead of the October Federal Reserve announcement.
Setting the Stage for the Coming Recession
Brian Smedley, Head of the Macroeconomic and Investment Research Group, explains what the data tell us about the timing and severity of the coming recession. Recession Outlook Summary
Goldman Sachs: We're Not Close to a Recession
Weak manufacturing data has reignited recession fears for some investors, but Goldman Sachs thinks data could start to stabilize, if not improve, somewhat soon. Chief Global Equity Strategist Peter Oppenheimer just published a note on why he thinks this extremely long economic cycle stretch on and get even longer.
US Jobs Data Maintains Fed Rate Cut Hopes
The September jobs report managed to strike a balance between positive economic growth and expectations of another interest rate cut by the Federal Reserve.
2 risks to the current economic expansion
What keeps portfolio manager Alan Wilson up at night? Here he reveals two risks he believes could derail this long-running bull market.
Stocks Fall on Weak Manufacturing Data
Stocks started the first day of the final quarter of the year in the red. All the major indexes closed down more than 1% as ISM data spooked investors. Several strategists say the U.S.-China trade war is the biggest risk to the economy, but Trump is blaming interest rates and the Federal Reserve.