The has been on a wild ride so far in 2019. The blue-chip index suffered a torrid May after an escalation in the U.S.-China trade dispute sparked concerns of a global economic slowdown. However, expectations of a Federal Reserve boosted the Dow, leading to its best...
Treasury yields hit lowest level in two and a half years on increased outlook for dovish Fed, ECB U.S. futures, European shares also rise, magnifying market anomaly Oil rebounds from muted reaction to OPEC+ supply cuts extension Key Events The yield on the Treasury hit its lowest level since Nov. 8,...
Yields on the Treasury fell back beneath the key 2% level today as investors sought shelter on growing concerns over a pending recession. Why, then, did the just hit back-to-back record highs? Will equity traders continue to risk buying the most expensive stocks in history, even as...
Some Democratic state senators in New York are trying an end run to get Donald Trump's taxes into the public view by introducing legislation that would reveal his state tax returns for the last five years....
Here are two shockers: Big Oil wants to tax itself to fight climate change. And it wants the proceeds to go to American families. Major oil companies including ExxonMobil (XOM), BP (BP), Royal Dutch Shell...
Republicans in Congress are gearing up to fight for lower tax rates. But how do you pay for those cuts? One possible solution on the table: Taxing you on your retirement savings up front. Several...
High returns aren't the only factor to consider when choosing your investments. A tax-efficient portfolio can save you enough on your tax bill to nicely compliment your investment returns. Take a look at your own...
President Donald Trump may talk a lot about creating jobs, but there's one kind he wants to eliminate: Tax preparers. "I want to put H&R Block out of business," Trump said on the campaign trail....
President Trump vowed Monday that the tax break for 401(k) plans will be kept in place under the administration's tax reform proposal, despite reports to the contrary. "There will be NO change to your 401(k)....
The tax bill unveiled by Republicans in the House on Thursday would not, as had been rumored, eliminate the tax penalty for failure to have health insurance. But it would eliminate a decades-old deduction for people...