Best credit cards for streaming services of November 2019

Whether you binge watch the latest season of your favorite show in one sitting or stream movies, you likely pay for at least one streaming subscription. And every week there seems to be a new streaming service available to consumers, with the recent launch o… [+3628 chars]

Investors see a market plunge if Warren wins the election. Many said the same about Trump in 2016

Wall Street's most prominent investors are warning the sky would fall if Sen. Elizabeth Warren wins the presidency in 2020, promising a market sell-off and economic contraction if the Massachusetts Democrat comes out on top. Paul Tudor Jones sees stocks down… [+7509 chars]

Watch Fed Chair Jerome Powell testify before Congress live

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testifies Wednesday before the Joint Economic Committee of Congress.

'Brands don't need Amazon.' Nike's departure could prompt others to leave, analysts say

Nike is breaking up with Amazon. The sneaker retailer said it will no longer sell merchandise through the e-commerce giant's website, in a bid to focus on Nike's own direct-to-consumer business. The news is setting off alarm bells in the retail industry, wit… [+1981 chars]

Paul Tudor Jones says there is an 'explosive combination' of forces driving the market higher

Billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones said Wednesday the stock market is getting a boost from an "explosive" combination of monetary and fiscal policy. "We've got a 5% deficit coupled with the lowest real rates that you can image with the economy at full emp… [+1582 chars]

The lagging manufacturing sector may be about to rebound, according to a reliable indicator

Chip stocks may be pointing the way to a rebound in the manufacturing economy. Manufacturing activity has been contracting since the summer, according to the widely watched ISM manufacturing index, but that may be about to change. Natixis economist Joseph L… [+1546 chars]

US futures point to a lower open as investors look ahead to Fed chair's speech

U.S. stock index futures were lower Wednesday morning. At around 01:50 a.m. ET, Dow futures fell 61 points, indicating a negative open of more than 52 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both marginally higher. Wall Street ended Tuesday on a high… [+740 chars]