ASK A MANAGER COLUMNIST: THE MOST COMMON MISTAKE PEOPLE MAKE IN COVER LETTERS

"I regularly hear from people who started getting a lot more interviews after they revamped their cover letters."

TOP ANALYST MIKE MAYO SAYS WARREN BUFFETT WILL BE PROVEN RIGHT WITH BANK STOCKS SET TO RALLY 50%

"I think it's underappreciated just how much heavy lifting the banks are doing and how they'll be able to pump their way through this,"...

 
 
 

YOU MAY GET LAID OFF AGAIN. HERE'S WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS

Many businesses have exhausted funding from a loan program that's propped up payrolls and some states reimposed shutdown measures....

THE BALLOONING MONEY SUPPLY MAY BE THE KEY TO UNLOCKING INFLATION IN THE U.S

Investors are keeping a close eye on a surge in the U.S. money supply for signs of inflation's long-awaited return.

 
 
 

THREE TECH SUBGROUPS CAN KEEP CLIMBING DESPITE THE SECTOR'S RECORD RUN, ETF ANALYST SAYS

Investors should consider buying into genomics, cloud computing and video gaming ETFs as tech trades near records, Global X's Jay Jacobs...

DISNEY SHAKES OFF PANDEMIC HIT, TRANSFORMS INTO A 'DIRECT-TO-CONSUMER DREAM' RIVALING NETFLIX

"Put together, Star plus Disney+ theoretically offer the same potential full-rounded entertainment service as Netflix," one analyst...

 
 
 

STOCKS MAKING THE BIGGEST MOVES MIDDAY: DISNEY, SQUARE, NIKOLA, BEYOND MEAT & MORE

Take a look at the stocks making headlines in midday trading.

LACK OF COORDINATED U.S. PANDEMIC RESPONSE HAS HURT ECONOMY, SAYS PE INVESTOR GLENN HUTCHINS

"The pandemic has gotten worse. A lot of the projection for the economic activity were expecting the pandemic to get better," Glenn...

 
 
 

THE $600 UNEMPLOYMENT BOOST IS GONE. NOW 6 MILLION AMERICANS CAN'T PAY THEIR BILLS

A $600-a-week supplement to unemployment benefits leaves millions of Americans without enough cash flow to pay bills in August.

EVEN THOUGH $600 UNEMPLOYMENT BOOST HAS LAPSED, CONGRESS LIKELY WILL MAKE NEW RELIEF RETROACTIVE

Whenever Capitol Hill decides on the next round of federal unemployment benefits, those payments likely will be retroactive to when...

 
 
 

OP-ED: JOE BIDEN HAS A LATINO VOTER PROBLEM. HERE'S HOW HE CAN FIX IT

Even though Donald Trump has no viable path to gain majority Latino support as he makes anti-immigration a foundation of his re-election,...

BANK OF ENGLAND EXPECTED TO HOLD POLICY BUT OUTLOOK COULD BE TWEAKED

The Bank of England will announce its latest monetary policy decision before the opening bell on Thursday as the U.K. navigates an...

 
 
 

MAJOR BANKS SAY TO BUY NIKOLA ON THE DIP, CITING CONFUSION OVER THE QUARTERLY RESULTS

The Street reacts to Nikola's first quarterly report as a public company.

COMMERZBANK PROFIT SLUMPS 21% AS LOAN LOSS PROVISIONS SPIKE, BUT BEATS EXPECTATIONS

Commerzbank on Wednesday reported a 21% fall in second-quarter net profit to 220 million euros on the back of a sharp increase in loan...

 
 
 

PAYPAL POACHES WELLS FARGO'S INNOVATION EXECUTIVE PEGGY MANGOT FOR VENTURE CAPITAL TEAM

PayPal, a pioneer in online payments, is on a tear, posting record quarterly results last month as the coronavirus pandemic accelerated...

FED VICE CHAIR CLARIDA STILL SEES THE ECONOMY STAGING A COMEBACK THIS YEAR

The central bank's director of bank supervision said he hasn't changed his forecast despite a swell in Covid-19 cases.

 
 
 

PRIVATE PAYROLL GROWTH SLOWS SHARPLY IN JULY AMID SPIKE IN VIRUS

The move to get displaced workers back to their jobs slowed sharply in July, with private payrolls increasing by just 167,000, ADP...

MORTGAGE RATES SET RECORD LOW BUT BORROWERS STEP BACK

CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest housing market data.

 
 
 

AVOID AUTO STOCKS, TRADERS SAY AS FORD SHARES RISE ON CEO SWITCH

Shares of EV makers Tesla and Nikola are outperforming legacy auto stocks, but some traders say investors should steer clear of the...

MORTGAGE RATES SET ANOTHER RECORD LOW, BUT BORROWERS TAKE A STEP BACK

Even with another record low mortgage rate, mortgage application volume decreased 5.1% last week, according to the Mortgage Bankers...

 
 
 



A Singaporean tech stock has skyrocketed a world-beating 1,100% since the...

A Singaporean tech stock has skyrocketed a world-beating 1,100% since the start of 2019

Singaporean tech giant Sea's stock has ballooned more than 1,100% since the start of 2019. The astounding gain has raised its market capitalization from about $5 billion to $64... Read more ...

Square surges 16% after reporting quarterly earnings showing a 64% jump in...

Square surges 16% after reporting quarterly earnings showing a 64% jump in revenue

Square released its second quarter earnings results on Tuesday, a day early, after Bloomberg News reported the numbers. The company reported a 64% jump in revenue and a 167%... Read more ...

The Galaxy Tab S7 will bring 5G to Samsung's tablet line

The Galaxy Tab S7 will bring 5G to Samsung's tablet line

Samsung's going all in on 5G. The company was an early adopter for the next-gen wireless technology and has just offered it across the newly announce Galaxy Note 20. Turns out... Read more ...

Consumer spending could regress in the coming months as monthly personal...

Consumer spending could regress in the coming months as monthly personal income growth falls

US consumer spending improved on a monthly basis in May and June, but personal income could plunge as government programs end. And a drop in consumer spending and personal... Read more ...

Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Disney, and dozens of other cruise lines won't...

Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Disney, and dozens of other cruise lines won't sail out of the US until at least October 31

An industry group of roughly 60 cruise lines announced on Wednesday that they won't sail from US ports until October 31 at the earliest. This extension from an earlier... Read more ...

ISM Services Index increased to 58.1% in July, Employment Index Declined

ISM Services Index increased to 58.1% in July, Employment Index Declined

The July ISM Services index was at 58.1%, up from 57.1% in June. The employment index decreased to 42.1%, from 43.1%. Note: Above 50 indicates expansion, below 50... Read more ...

US companies added 167,000 in July, badly missing economist forecasts, ADP says

US companies added 167,000 in July, badly missing economist forecasts, ADP says

US private payrolls rose 167,000 in July, a Wednesday report from ADP showed . Economists had expected that private payrolls would rise by 1.2 million in July. The report is a... Read more ...

The US just struck a deal for 100 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine...

The US just struck a deal for 100 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine from Johnson & Johnson

Johnson & Johnson have entered into an agreement with the U.S. government to provide 100 million doses of its experimental coronavirus vaccine, with the option of 200 million... Read more ...

'Nothing Feels Tangible': Virtual Is New Reality For Grads Starting New Jobs

'Nothing Feels Tangible': Virtual Is New Reality For Grads Starting New Jobs

Job postings for entry-level positions popular with new college grads fell by 73%, compared with before COVID-19 hit. And for the class of 2020 who have landed jobs it's often... Read more ...

Oil jumps 4% to the highest in 5 months after the EIA reports an inventory drop

Oil jumps 4% to the highest in 5 months after the EIA reports an inventory drop

Oil prices rose Wednesday to the highest level since March after the Energy Information Administration reported that crude inventories fell last week by 7.4 million, more than... Read more ...