Stories connecting with MarketWatch readers this past week.
Rates are approaching the lowest level in three years, but are they stimulating Americans’ interest in buying homes?
Former Fed Vice Chairman Alan Blinder said President Donald Trump’s trade war is a supply shock like the OPEC oil embargo of the early 1970s. He spoke on the sideline…
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Investors and business leaders, it’s often said, hate uncertainty and don’t react very well to it. Well, get used to uncertain times. The Chine trade fight isn’t over anytime soon…
Keep an eye on Argentina, Turkey and China.
Bonds issued by home builders are signaling a pretty upbeat tone for the U.S. economy, even as U.S. recession fears linger.
Market Extra: This bond-market strategy returned more than 30% this year in a sea of negative yields
One group of fixed-income traders have capitalized on the roaring rally in government bonds that has driven their yields below zero.
A friendship between President Donald Trump and one of his most vocal advocates has taken an almost-Shakespearean twist.
An analysis out Thursday suggests ETFs that look to profit from online retailing may be a good bet, but not a sure one.