recession

A recent analysis reveals that almost half of Americans believe the economy is in a recession already.
The jobless rate is expected to rise to the 5% to 7% range over the next year, meaning millions of people will be out of work soon.
Tuesday’s additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades were on BJ’s Wholesale Club, Boston Scientific, Conagra Brands, NetApp, Norfolk Southern, Spirit Airlines, Stitch Fix, Target, Union...
A recession is about to begin, or has begun already. One debate about the downturn is whether it will be long or deep.
Economist Larry Summers has said again that the Federal Reserve should keep raising rates aggressively to tame inflation.
The recession is coming, if it is not already here. The guessing game has moved from when a recession starts to when it might end.
Some of the most powerful people in the financial world believe the market could drop another 20%. Is that realistic?
Hundreds of thousands of jobs a month could be lost next year as the United States sinks into a recession triggered by inflation and high-interest rates.
The recession appears to have hit demand for the new iPhone 14.
Monday broke the market low set back in June, and the S&P 500 could lose an additional 15% by the end of the year. Here are some important things investors should consider now, as they may have to...
The latest Goldman Sachs stock market forecast could hardly be more dreary.
The most recent prediction of a recession next year comes from the new CEO of FedEx, which is an economic indicator unto itself.
The Great Depression drove the unemployment rate to an unimaginable level. Can the United States get there again?
Unlike during the Great Recession, this time the housing market may dig America out of recession, rather than deepening it.
If Americans can worry themselves into a recession, current consumer sentiment indicates that has started to happen.