In this week’s recap: home sales lag, retail sales barely improve, new Fed minutes discuss staying the course, and major equity indices advance.
In this week’s recap: stocks slump as the 10-year Treasury yield spikes, an ISM index hits a historic peak, job creation weakens, and oil extends its winning streak.
In this week’s recap: the Fed hikes, consumers feel optimistic, personal income and new home sales improve, and the major indices have a mixed week.
Fed Moves | New Tariffs | Yearly Inflation Reaches 2.8% | Impressive Advance for Retail Sales | Mixed Week for Major Indices | Weekly Riddle, Quote & Tip
Retail Sales Rise | April Saw Less Groundbreaking | Home Loan Rates Reach 7-Year High | Russell 2000 Makes History | Weekly Riddle, Tip and Quote
Trade War Possibility Weighs on Stocks | Fed Makes Its First Interest Rate Move of 2018 | Existing Home Sales Increase | Oil Surges | Weekly Riddle, Tip and Quote