Tag Archives: Stock Market

Cover Preview: Barron’s Magazine – August 8, 2022

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THE TRADER

July’s Strong Jobs Report Didn’t Crush the Market. What to Look for Next.

Ben Levisohn

UP AND DOWN WALL STREET

Job Boom Means There Is No Recession. It Also Boosts Pressure for Rate Hikes.

Randall W. Forsyth

STREETWISE

The Big Three Wireless Stocks Are Seeing a Growth Surge. We Break Them Down.

Jack Hough

TECHNOLOGY TRADER

Advertising Is Still Going Strong. Apple Wants In.

Eric J. Savitz

Cover Preview: Barron’s Magazine – May 16, 2022

Barron’s Magazine, May 16, 2022 – How Workers Gained Leverage, and Why They Won’t Lose It Soon

Employees in many industries have seized on the pandemic’s upheaval to score higher pay, better benefits, flexible schedules, and more. While some gains will fade, a number of economic and demographic forces suggest workers have the edge.

Stock Market: ‘GameStop & Payment For Order Flow’

Following the GameStop trading frenzy, the SEC is expected to take a fresh look at payment for order flow, a decades-old practice that’s at the heart of how commission-free trading works. WSJ explains what it is, and why critics say it’s bad for investors. Illustration: Jacob Reynolds/WSJ

Documentary: ’31 Days In March 2020′ – The Month Coronavirus Unraveled American Business (Video)

March 2020 began on a high note for American business and ended with the economy in tatters This WSJ documentary goes behind-the-scenes to reveal how the coronavirus pandemic ripped through American business during the month of March 2020 — told through the firsthand accounts of 12 prominent executives. When the coronavirus tore through industry, commerce and society in March 2020, the U.S. economy came to a screeching halt. Top executives relive the tough decisions they made as they scrambled to weather the storm. Photo Illustration: Adele Morgan/The Wall Street Journal

Financial Videos: ‘Is Trump Or Biden Better For The Stock Market’ (CNBC)

The outcome of the 2020 election between Joe Biden and Donald Trump will likely have a major impact on the equity market. Although the economy has historically performed better under a Democratic president, that doesn’t always necessarily reflect on market performance. However, which party controls the White House can still be an important element for those looking to earn big in the market. So how does the U.S. election impact the stock market and how should investors prepare?