Recession Fears Drive Markets Lower
On Friday the markets traded much Lower, will we see the same today?
World shares mixed; British pound slides on tax cut concerns
TOKYO (AP) — Global shares were mixed Monday while the British pound against the U.S. dollar on concerns over planned tax cuts.
Update from Ian's "crosshairs" (our "thumbnail" image for this article is a hurricane photo from space).
Updating this article, Jim Roemer refreshes his "market take" on the storm that is bearing down on his turf
Natural gas Weekly Forecast
The downtrend may be expected to continue, while market is trading below resistance level 7,750, which will be followed by reaching support level 6,500 and if it keeps on moving down below that level, we may expect the market to reach support level 5,325
Crude oil Weekly Forecast
The downtrend may be expected to continue, while market is trading below resistance level 81,73, which will be followed by reaching support level 76,98 and 73,10
Exxon's Huge Buybacks and 4.1% Dividend Yield Give it a Total Yield of Over 8.2%
Exxon's 4.1% dividend yield along with its huge buybacks, worth at least 4.1% of its market cap, give shareholders a total yield of at least 8.2%. If Exxon raises the dividend in October, it will be higher.
What's Driving the Markets? >>> Ian - Recession Fears - La Niña Weather
From the potential target zone of Sarasota, Jim Roemer's video shares his thoughts about market reactions to this storm
Germany secures more gas shipments as Scholz visits Gulf
BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Olaf Scholz planted a tree at a mangrove park in the United Arab Emirates on Sunday, a token nod to environmentalism during a two-day visit to the Gulf region focused mainly on securing new fossil fuel supplies and forging fresh alliances against Russia.
Labour conference starts with focus on 'immoral' tax cuts
LONDON (AP) — Britain’s opposition Labour Party opened its annual conference Sunday, with leaders attacking the “immoral” tax-cutting of the new Conservative government.
Dow sinks to 2022 low as recession fears roil world markets
Stocks fell sharply worldwide Friday on worries an already slowing global economy could fall into recession as central banks raise the pressure with additional interest rate hikes.