Rising wealth in the East has resulted in a record number of new billionaires in China.
Last month’s Fed meeting caused the stock market to tank. Will there be more Fed-related volatility this week or will it resurface in December?
This week will have us thinking about housing, economic growth and the Muppets’ late master.
The interest rates guessing game has resumed very quickly following this week’s Fed meeting.
A report released ahead of the Fed’s interest rate decision indicates the U.S. economy is doing OK.
The week ahead brings updated stats on housing and growth and maybe some Fed news.
Stocks fell sharply this week on weak data from China. What does that mean for American investors and the Fed?
China’s mainland stock market dove into a bear market despite the weekend rate cut from the central bank — and Greece shut down its stock exchange entirely.
Stocks sold in mainland China are up over 80 percent since November. Revolutionary changes taking place in the Chinese market are the reason for the rally.
At its present growth rate, China’s population of billionaires will overtake the U.S.