The GDPNow outlook is now showing a 52.8% tumble, following data Monday that manufacturing remains firmly in decline.
State and local officials are ramping up efforts to ease the unrest, adding to police forces and imposing earlier curfews on major cities.
The “Mad Money” host worries how the nationwide protests, which he generally supports, could impact the fight against coronavirus.
Home sales may have slowed to a trickle because of the coronavirus pandemic, but home prices did just the opposite.
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The coronavirus has infected more than 6.28 million people around the world as of Tuesday, killing at least 375,987 people.
Former Vice President Joe Biden will address the ongoing civil unrest across the nation as a “wake-up call” in a speech from Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Wells Fargo believes Microsofts market capitalization can top $2 trillion in the next few years due to strength in its cloud business.
A conversation about the latest market-moving news, including reopening bets offsetting worries about civil unrest.
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