The S&P 500 fell by 20 percent before rebounding to close 0.01 percent higher. The volatile trading comes as fears mount of a major recession in the economy.
Ketanji Brown Jackson’s professional career took a bumpy direction in the immediate aftermath of her clerkship with Justice Breyer.
As lawmakers continue to address the myriad issues with current antitrust proposals, legislating by market cap should be the first thing off the table.
Phil Gramm offers a great dose of good sense on the current economic situation in today’s WSJ.
If China is a significant challenger that the U.S. is facing, that fact is not one that Wall Street seems to be taking with the seriousness it deserves.
The Dow fell 437.69 points, about 1.22 percent, at the opening bell to 35,366.69.
On Wednesday, the Wall Street leader apologized for any offense he may have caused by his statement and attempted to clarify his intentions.
The Wall Street Journal recently printed a letter to the editor from Donald Trump, and good for them.