Posts From Lucy Harlow

Goldman Sachs Group economists are proving more relaxed than Wall Street rivals about the risks of a U.S. recession come 2020. While Bridgewater Associates and JPMorgan Chase & Co. (jpm) are starting to fret that tighter fiscal and monetary policies

Paying your loans can be stressful for many reasons, but a top source of anguish is dealing with the people at the other end of those loans—typically, a faceless bureaucracy that likes to send form letters and put you on

General Electric’s crown jewel just got a bit smaller. GE Aviation, the bright spot in the embattled conglomerate, agreed on Thursday to unload a Baltimore-based business for $ 630 million in cash. The sale of Middle River Aircraft Systems, which

I talk often about the importance of maintaining a Day mentality. It’s always Day 1, and I work hard to apply that mindset to everything I do. It was a Day 1 outlook that made me reach out to ask

LONDON (Reuters) – New York has overtaken London as the world’s most attractive financial centre, a survey said on Wednesday, as Britain’s decision to leave the European Union prompts banks to shift jobs out of the city to preserve access

The great bull run for the FAANG stocks and the rest of the tech sector is showing signs that it might be coming to an end. Since Amazon (AMZN) briefly topped the trillion dollar market valuation level a week ago,

It’s a big week for Apple. CEO Tim Cook is expected to announce a new set of iPhone Xs on Wednesday at the company’s Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. Apple (AAPL) usually unveils the latest version of its iPhone

The iPhone X’s fancy features may soon be headed to the rest of Apple’s smartphone line. Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to announce a new set of iPhone Xs on Wednesday at the company’s underground Steve Jobs Theater in

U.S. residents on the East Coast in the path of Hurricane Florence are preparing to weather the arrival of what is now a Category 4 storm. Meanwhile, on Wall Street, investors were doing their own work ahead of the hurricane:

Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss have won U.S. regulator approval for a dollar-pegged cryptocurrency. The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS), a Wall Street regulator, green-lit the Winklevoss’s application for the so-called stablecoin on Monday morning. The virtual tokens are