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Jobs Report Keeps Dow 19,000 in Reach: Jeremy Siegel
April 1 -- Wharton School Professor of Finance Jeremy Siegel talks about the market impact of the March U.S. jobs report and where he sees weakness in economic data. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
- 5 Apr 16, 4:45pm -
Markets Jump as U.S. Economy Flexes Job Muscle
Jan. 8 -- U.S. markets surged at the open of today's trading following a better-than-expected U.S. jobs report. Bloomberg's Michael McKee and Oliver Renick examine the strength of the U.S. economy and the ability of markets to overcome the selloff in…
- 8 Jan 16, 4:47pm -
Fed Policy and the Slowdown of U.S. Jobs Growth
Jan. 8 -- Michael Darda, chief economist at MKM Partners, previews today's U.S.jobs report and points to slowing labor market growth that may hinder the Federal Reserve's rate hike path. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
- 8 Jan 16, 12:44pm -
October Job Growth Likely to Reassure Fed
A strong October jobs report is likely to give Federal Reserve officials assurance as they weigh an interest rate before year's end. WSJ Ahead of the Tape columnist Steven Russolillo discusses the economic picture and what's next for the Fed.
- 6 Nov 15, 6:15pm -
U.S. Stocks Tumble on Greek Debt Crisis
The Dow Industrials plunged 350 points, wiping out gains for the year. The broad based market declines came as Greece said it won’t make a debt repayment to the IMF due Tuesday. Photo: Getty Images
- 29 Jun 15, 11:44pm -
Two Decades to Unwind From U.S. Crash: Ian Shepherdson
May 5 -- Ian Shepherdson, founder and chief economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, discusses slow job growth, the continuing recovery from the financial crisis and the state of the U.S. economy. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
- 5 May 15, 11:35am -
New Labor Worry: Workers Staying Put
Friday’s banner U.S. payroll numbers put 2014 on track to be the healthiest year for job creation since 1999, yet Americans remain anxious about jumping from job to job. Lauren Weber joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty.
- 8 Dec 14, 5:28pm -
Italy's Troubles Weigh On Eurozone
Italy is standing out as the European economy's problem child. Again. Other countries that used to be the bearers of bad news — Spain, Greece, Ireland, Portugal — are slowly healing from the debt crisis that ravaged the currency union for much of…
- 12 Aug 14, 4:58pm -
Yellen Wary of Job Market, Slow Wage Growth
Mark Brennan of New York University's Stern School of Business joins MoneyBeat with analysis of Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen's testimony before the Senate Banking Committee. Photo: Getty Images.
- 15 Jul 14, 3:22pm -
Millennials Make Up 40% of the Unemployed
The jobs market is improving, according to government data released Thursday, but millennials are still left out in the cold. They’re suffering more than any other age group, new research finds. Quentin Fottrell joins the News Hub with Susan Murray…
- 3 Jul 14, 7:28pm -
Where Is Improvement Needed in Jobs Picture?
June's employment report, while upbeat, left areas of improvement needed in order for the U.S. economy to find the express lane on the road to recovery. Beth Ann Bovino, chief U.S. economist at S Ratings Services, joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images…
- 3 Jul 14, 3:19pm -
Greek Milestone Helps Europe Put Crisis In Past
Europe's debt crisis is receding farther behind in the rear view mirror. Led by good news from Greece, the eurozone on Wednesday notched up several key milestones that together indicate stronger government finances amid a modest but increasingly sust…
- 23 Apr 14, 5:45pm -
Yields Fall Sharply In Portuguese Debt Auction
Portugal's chances of ending its three-year bailout program without requiring more help have increased after interest rates fell steeply in a 10-year bond auction. The government debt agency said it raised about $1 billion in Wednesday's sale at an a…
- 23 Apr 14, 12:58pm -
ECB, Currency Traders Are at Odds
When ECB chief Mario Draghi complained Saturday that the strong euro is depressing the price of imported goods, feeding deflation and hurting weaker euro-zone countries, the market impact has been virtually indiscernible. Michael Casey joins MoneyBea…
- 16 Apr 14, 3:37pm -
Investment Lessons of the Greek Debt Crisis
Marketwatch's Mark Hulbert advises investors to focus on Greece's financial crisis and how the U.S. stock market has responded. Photo: Getty Images.
- 15 Apr 14, 3:24pm -
Greece Is Back, Market Return In Sight-PM
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras told Reuters on Wednesday, Greece has put the worst of a debt crisis behind it and is considering issuing new debt within three months. Greece has enjoyed a sharp revival of fortunes since its debt burden nearly sent it…
- 2 Apr 14, 5:15pm -
Economy Isn't Faltering as Much as We Fear?
WSJ's Emma Moody joins the News Hub to discuss what the employment report means for the stock market and what to expect going forward. Plus, the key stocks to watch today. Photo: Getty.
- 7 Mar 14, 2:41pm -
Lew Warns on Debt Ceiling
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew presses Congress to deal soon with the debt ceiling, arguing that the Obama administration has much less flexibility to avoid a crisis than in previous standoffs. Damian Paletta reports on MoneyBeat.
- 3 Feb 14, 4:27pm -
ECB's Draghi Kicks Back Proposals On Sovereign Debt Risk-weighting
ECB President Mario Draghi has kicked back a proposal from advisors to change the way sovereign debt is risk-weighted and asked them to do some more work on it, German weekly news magazine Spiegel reported. The euro zone's sovereign debt crisis has h…
- 24 Nov 13, 2:49pm -
Can Market Learn From Past Crises?
Four years ago the debt crisis in Greece first gained notice by the mainstream press and the global markets. Have we learned anything since? Marketwatch's Mark Hulbert joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.
- 22 Oct 13, 3:21pm -
With a Budget Deal Done, What's Next for U.S.?
An eleventh-hour compromise on Capitol Hill averted an unprecedented default on U.S. debt obligations but the celebration will probably be short-lived. Mark Hopkins, senior economist at Moody's Analytics, joins MoneyBeat.
- 17 Oct 13, 3:38pm -
World Finance Officials Focus On Global Risks
WASHINGTON (AP) - World finance officials pledged on Saturday to deal with new risks to the global recovery while they kept up pressure on the United States to address the biggest threat of all - a market-rattling default on U.S. debt.
- 12 Oct 13, 9:39pm -
Greek Budget Sees End To Six-year Recession Next Year
By Lefteris Papadimas and Karolina Tagaris ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece will emerge from six years of recession next year, a draft budget forecast on Monday, signalling the country is past the worst of a crippling debt crisis that nearly broke Europe's…
- 8 Oct 13, 12:09am -
Greek Budget Sees End To Six-year Recession Next Year
By Lefteris Papadimas and George Georgiopoulos ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece will emerge from six years of recession next year, a draft budget forecast on Monday, signaling the country is past the worst of a crippling debt crisis that nearly broke Europe…
- 7 Oct 13, 1:59pm -

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  • U.S. Stocks Edge Higher in Pre-Holiday Session

    U.S. Stocks Edge Higher in Pre-Holiday Session

    Wall Street traders were poised to push the Dow to another record, following positive news regarding jobless claims. WSJ's John Shipman has the trading roundup. Photo: Getty.
    - 24 Dec 14, 6:44pm -
  • Dow Tops 18,000; What's Next for Markets?

    Dow Tops 18,000; What's Next for Markets?

    The DJIA hits a milestone following strong GDP data. J.P. Morgan's David Lebovitz discusses the markets' mood with Paul Vigna on the News Hub. Photo: AP.
    - 23 Dec 14, 10:19pm -
  • Barron's Buzz: Oil Stocks Are Hot, and So Is Sony

    Barron's Buzz: Oil Stocks Are Hot, and So Is Sony

    There's opportunities for investors in oil stocks. Plus, despite a week of bad headlines, there's a silver lining to Sony's troubles. Barron's Jack Hough explains on the News Hub. Photo: Getty.
    - 19 Dec 14, 10:18pm -

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