Gold’s bearish trend will continue into the first quarter of 2019 as a stronger dollar and trade tensions weigh, analyst Robert Zukowski of Continuum Economics said.
The Mac maker is facing headwinds in emerging markets.
Four merger announcements in the past month suggest more deals could be forthcoming.
Millions of retirees worry about a possible government shutdown, but there's not as much to worry about as you might think.
The downturn and attendant apprehension on the part of investors — dubbed “crypto winter” by some — are the inverse of the near-euphoria we saw as bitcoin approached $20,000 in late 2017.
The price of bitcoin fell by over 11 percent in 24 hours, slipping below the $5,000 mark Monday night. The last time bitcoin had sunk to this level was in October 2017.
Carlos Ghosn was fired and arrested after an investigation found he underreported his salary by several million dollars.
While the 2018 midterms delivered mixed results for Republicans and Democrats vying for a place in the 116th U.S. Congress, marijuana saw victories across the country.
Forest management is not a cure-all for wildfires, although it can help reduce the chances of massive burns. Making this happen will require broad collaborative efforts and more money.
The burger king may price itself beyond its customers.
President Trump may face some opposition in the primaries or from a Republican that runs as an independent.