Over the last few weeks, escalating trade tensions and a sense that the economy is on a slowing trend have led the market to bet on lower rates ahead.
Recession fears ebbed Friday as solid retail sales suggested consumer spending remains healthy. But investors still expect a rate cut next month.
President Donald Trump, gearing up for the official start of his 2020 campaign, warned that we face an epic stock market crash if he’s not reelected.
The question of "when" the next downturn comes is not as important as "how bad" it will get. Can a bear market’s severity can be forecasted?
DoubleLine Capital Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Gundlach now sees a bigger chance of a recession hitting U.S. shores in the not-too-distant future.