The escalating trade feud between the U.S. and China hasn't shaken this billionaire investor's confidence in China.
The yield curve is 'full-on recessionary,' Gundlach tells Yahoo Finance.
Investors are concerned with collapsing growth expectations across the globe. While cashing out is very tempting, Kim Forrest of Bokeh Capital, explains why that's a terrible idea.
Apex Clearing has a new report analyzing the top 100 stocks owned by a subset of millennials as of June 30, 2019. The most surprising trend: Chinese companies are leading the pack.
Pop-culture collectibles company Funko is well-positioned to weather any kind of economic slowdown, its CEO says.
As the ongoing trade negotiations between the U.S. and China continue to shake up markets, some indicators are pointing toward a recession in the near-term.
Correlations between S&P 500 sectors and the S&P 500 index are back near their late 2018 highs.
The plunge in the 10-year yield is mildly alarming. Should investors worry?
Stocks sold off after the U.S. Treasury yield curve inverted Wednesday morning, but strategists including Mohamed El-Erian say it might not signal a recession.
Americans have become more prudent with their finances, especially amid fears of a recession.