Just like all year, trade talks with China could remain the number one focus in the month of December as investor hopes grow for a “phase one” deal. Shopping season statistics start pouring in soon, and a Fed meeting is on the horizon, too.
With millennials and Gen Z more comfortable with sober drinks, beverage companies are looking to cash in on the so-called sober-curious trend.
Our chief market strategist breaks down the day's top business stories and offers insight on how they might impact your trading and investing.
It’s that time of year again, and the question, as always, is how wide will consumers open their wallets? Spending has been strong.
Halloween spending looks to be on the rise, and that could give investors a hint about the key Christmas shopping season and how it might affect retailers’ bo
Retail stores are closing in alarming numbers, but is the traditional shopping center dead? This revolution in retail will take years to shake out.
Learn why the Fed and traders follow the personal income and spending reports, especially the Personal Consumption Expenditures Index.
Consumer spending lit a fire under consumer discretionary stocks in 2015. Can spenders deliver again this year?
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