Posts From Nikki Bailey

President Trump didn’t quite get the 3% GDP boost he was hoping for in 2017, but at 2.3%, the U.S. economy is chugging along. Meanwhile, India and China soared more than 6%, and overall global growth saw a 2.9% increase.

What does it take to get into the 1 percent? The price of admission is an adjusted gross income — basically, what you make before deductions — of $ 480,930. That’s according to the latest Winter 2018 edition of the

  One of America’s biggest farming industries fears it could find itself in China’s cross hairs if President Trump keeps ramping up trade tensions between the world’s two largest economies. China is the world’s biggest buyer of US soybeans. It

Goldman Sachs thinks it may have found Bitcoin’s biggest problem: It doesn’t have one. No, that wasn’t a trick answer. In a new missive this week, a top Goldman Sachs (gs) investment strategist explained what Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies would

Here’s a view of America’s economic future that may amaze you; it certainly floored me. Over the next decade, America’s credit standing is likely to remain top-of-the-line—despite a wave of debt and deficits dwarfing almost anything experienced by a major

The stock market staged a powerful comeback from its worst week in two years. The Dow climbed 410 points, or 1.7%, on Monday. The average has spiked 741 points in two trading days, and both the Dow and the S&P

Bitcoin may have had a rocky last couple months, to put it mildly, but some boosters still have their optimism goggles on. Case in point: the Winklevii. Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, the erstwhile Facebook power-scrabblers who made and lost a

It’s been a crazy few days on Wall Street. On Tuesday, the Dow plunged 567 points at the opening bell and briefly sank into correction territory before roaring back. On Monday, the Dow took its biggest single-day point plunge in

Nearly 20 percent of people who own cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin went into debt to buy it, or bought it on margin. That’s the finding of a survey of more than 3,000 people conducted in mid-January by CoinDesk, a New

The stock market’s wild swings are making Bitcoin’s price crashes look tame. As the Dow Jones industrial average continued seesawing Tuesday after plunging a record 1,175 points the previous day, the heads of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and