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The US gets its biggest recession warning yet as the most closely watched part of the yield curve inverts

The spread between two- and 10-year Treasury yields fell below zero, an occurrence that's preceded each of the last seven recessions.
Argentina's President Mauricio Macri.

This big-name fund manager lost $1.8 billion during Argentina’s massive market rout

Michael Hasenstab, who made his name betting on economic recoveries, stomached big losses across six funds.

Snap falls after announcing plans to raise $1 billion in debt to pay for operating expenses

CEO Evan Spiegel set the goal of 2019 profitability in an internal September memo. He also said that Snapchat had "rushed redesign."

Investors are more worried than ever that a major recession or market crash is right around the corner

New stock-market records are masking concerns under the surface. But investors surveyed by Allianz are worried about what's going on.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell holds a news conference on the television behind them in New York, U.S., June 19, 2019.

Stocks hit fresh highs as Wall Street anticipates a July rate cut

Fed Chairman Jay Powell reassured investors who had seen a rate cut as less likely following a strong June jobs report last week.

The Dow tops 27,000 for the first time after the Fed signals a rate cut is coming

The Federal Reserve has sent strong signals that the central bank would soon step in to keep the economy humming.

Mom and pop investors are flashing a new warning sign that the equity bull market is about to come crashing down

Mom and pop are shifting out of equities into bonds because they fear the slowing economy and trade war tension will crumple stocks.

The S&P 500 surges above 3,000, stocks hit record highs after the Fed reaffirms a rate cut is coming

Powell's comments reassured investors whose hopes for an adjustment fell after the jobs report out last week showed that hiring rebounded in June.

Stocks end mixed as trade tensions weigh on Wall Street

Negotiations to defuse the yearlong tariff dispute are set to continue, but the US and China remain far apart on key issues.