President Trump issued executive orders that will effectively ban TikTok, the popular Chinese-owned short video app, from the U.S. market.
The relationship between investors and Gold is showing no signs of slowing down, and in fact, it is continuing to blossom.
Following last week’s tech-heavy batch of corporate quarterly results, earnings season will continue this week with only a few major companies set to report.
Let's have a look at the key economic events for the upcoming days.
Gold futures prices rising to points not touched since September 2011.
Gold prices are up more than 17% since the start of the year, seeing massive gains fueled by concerns of a recession, coronavirus uncertainties, and Fed’s loose monetary policy across the world. The biggest question for investors is where do we go from here?
Volatility hits global stock markets amidst confusion pertaining to comments made by White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on the U.S.-China trade deal.
Stock markets could continue to rally despite an unprecedented global pandemic, protests over the police killing of George Floyd, and spiking tensions between the world's two largest economies.
Across the world, countries are easing coronavirus lockdown and beginning to return to some sense of normality.
The world’s top oil producers finally pulled off a historic deal to cut global petroleum output by about 10 million barrels to prop up oil prices amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The global markets are heading towards a downturn as Coronavirus and the global Oil industry are taking a negative turn. The outbreak of the virus has resulted in increased uncertainty that has further given rise to increased volatility within the global financial markets.
Central banks in the world's biggest economies have already pledged to take stimulus measures as needed to mitigate the impact of the novel Coronavirus, COVID-19.
For years after the recession in 2008, people have been expecting another bubble bursts which once again would lead to a recession or even a depression.